Financial advisory company offers wine and Kleenex to clients

Sherilyn DeNucci
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Dealing with finances can be pretty upsetting, but a little wine and some tissues might help.

At the Financial Gym in New York City, reports Business Insider, clients can receive personal “fitness plans” about how to best handle their finances. Founder Shannon McKay believes that a physical, comfortable, and non-judgmental environment is the best way to provide financial consulting. Of course,

Aside from analyzing clients’ current financial statuses, McKay also tackles their future needs. “We ask them if they want kids, if they want to retire earlier, if they want to backpack around the world for a year,” she states.

To benefit from the Financial Gym, clients must pay $85 per month for a monthly meeting. Couples must pay $145 per month, while students must pay $35 per month.