1. Certified Public Accounts (CPA)
A competent CPA can guide you through complex tax-planning issues and prepare your tax return. You can search a CPA who is a personal financial specialist at American Institute of CPAs (AICPA.org).
2. Financial Planners
A financial planner can help you organize your financial matters. The fee structure is typically hourly, annual, or project-based. You can search a financial planner at National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA.org).
3. Professional Organizers
A professional organizer could help you learn the skills and develop a system to stay organized. It's typically hourly fee based. You can search a professional organizer at National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPA.org).
4. Health Insurance Claims Specialists
A health insurance claims specialist can help you navigate the insurance system, find errors in bills, and contest denials of insurance claims, when you have a significant medical bill in front of you. The hourly fee is typically $75-95 per hour. You can search a health insurance claim specialist at Alliance of Claims Professionals (claims.org).
5. Landscape Professionals
You can hire a landscape professional to do an one-time project, for example, selecting low-maintenance plans or for ongoing lawn care. You can find a landscape professional at Loveyourlandscape.org.