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Can You Afford NOT to be Prepared?

Meet Rita Oliver- The "Money Strategist"

We're Celebrating Women in Business.... and Here's one of them!

Rita Oliver, CEO/Founder, of Strategies Options and Solutions (SOS). A Financial Coach and Wealth Strategist.

She is a native of Macon, Mississippi. She received her B.B.A. in Banking and Finance from Mississippi State University and MBA in Management from Amberton University, Garland, TX.

She completed her Certified Financial Planning Program at Kaplan University in 2015. She also completed her Master Financial Coach Certification with Dave Ramsey in 2018. She is the author of three books:

Disclose Before You Disrobe- Financial Necessities Before You Say I Do and After. In this book, she shows couples how to have the most important discussion before getting married.. “A Disclosure Meeting” to discuss each individual’s personal financial and legal obligations being brought into the marriage so they will not walk down the aisle or live together in the financial unknown.

Money Truth-The 2 Step Reality Check. This book helps individuals with the Fundamentals of Finance—What You Know? And What You Owe?

Get “Er Done- 5 Strategies to Payoff Your Mortgage Early.

She educates and empowers individuals, entrepreneurs, and professionals how to Financially Prepare, Plan, and Prosper. She helps them to develop, goals and strategies to save, payoff debt and plan for their retirement to secure they life they desire and leave a legacy for their family.

Rita’s motto is that Money Does Not Come with Instructions, so hire her and learn Some.


Disclose before you disrobe helps couples to no

longer walk down the aisle nor live together in the

financial unknown.

In this straight-to-the-point guide, Financial Coach, Rita Oliver, serves up seven chapters to help couples prepare for their new life together with a “business meeting of the minds” to disclose their past, present, and future financial and legal affairs impacting their future household personal finances in their marriage. She shows them how to:

• PREPARE for their disclosure meetings.

• INQUIRE about each other’s Past, Present, and Future financial and legal obligations.

• MANAGE two incomes to build wealth and leave a legacy.

• ENGAGE in continuous communication about their finances with monthly “Table Talk”.


understand why she asks,“If two people can share bed, bath and body before marriage, why can’t they talk about each other’s money before walking down the aisle to say,“I Do”? If you are in love and ready to spend your life with your future spouse,then both of you should be ready to disclose EVERYTHING about your money.

We WELCOME Rita Oliver as a Panelist for the upcoming "Sip & Shop Social" Sunday, Dec. 15th on the Topic of "Can You Afford NOT to be Prepared-Financially"? Click to Register NOW for YOUR Complimentary Ticket(s) and Meet & Greet and ASK all the questions you'd like:

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