Partner, CEO, Sr. Financial Planner, Spring Financial Planning
Julia Chung started her financial services career in 1997, taking it through multiple investment firms and credit unions, trying nearly every role she could find and taking advantage of all the education available. In 2011, she left traditional financial services to form a fee-for-service financial planning firm in partnership with an accounting firm to serve more people in a conflict-free environment. In 2015, she took JYC Financial entirely independent, and in 2017, merged practices with Sandi Martin of Spring Personal Finance to create Spring Plans.
Julia is also co-founder and CEO of Admin Slayer, a virtual business services firm providing outsourced administration and bookkeeping. Julia regularly contributes to personal finance publications as both an expert and a writer. She has co-authored three ebooks, “Women & Money”, “The Art of Delegation”, “The Entrepreneur’s Survival Guide”, and is working on at least two more.