Head to Toe


Financial planning isn't strictly for the rich. The faster you start financial planning the better. 


Nathan Schorsch, Financial Planner

Born in New Hampshire, I spent much of my childhood bouncing around the country. From Vermont, to Texas, to Hawaii, to finally Indiana where I attended Earlham College. After graduation, I made my way to the Pacific Northwest, where I have lived ever since. I am passionate about working with young people because of the lasting impact that good financial planning can have for those who start early. In addition, I have a special regard for those who pursue a calling in the field of medicine. I was raised by two doctors and have now married a truly wonderful RN which has helped give me an understanding as to how hectic life can be in the healthcare profession.  Because of this, I'm able to have a foot in both worlds in some ways, which allows me to communicate financial concepts as well as understand your situation in the medical community.  This also allows me to cut straight through to certain issues like student loan debt as well as home buying, investing, and determining how to make finances and home life work when both partners are working in the medical field.  I started Head To Toe so that I may serve young practitioners with a focus on their most relevant planning needs at every stage of their career, whether that be medical student, resident/RN, or Chief Physician, all without the need for a product to sell. By helping my clients organize, prioritize, and automate, their focus can remain on what matters most: their patients, their families, and living their best life.  


Earlham College
BA in History, 2009


  • FINRA Series 65 

  • FINRA Series 63

  • FINRA Series 7

Professional Associations

  • Associate Member of XYPN

  • Member of National Association of Personal Financial Advisers (NAPFA)


While looking for a financial advisor you may have come across the word fiduciary or even had a friend insist that your financial advisor needs to be a fiduciary. The distinction for financial advisors can be a little confusing, but it is important. A fiduciary manages another party's assets (in this case, you, as the client) and has a legal and ethical obligation to put that party's interest first. For a financial advisor this means helping a client make decisions that are in his or her best interest, even if that means reduced compensation (or no compensation) for the advisor.

What this means is that at Head to Toe we will always put the clients interests above our own. We do this because the financial world can be murky and we want to give you the confidence to move forward with your investment future. As a fee-only firm we will strive to always be up front with our costs and only choose the path that best fits our clients needs.

We encourage you to view our Fiduciary Oath and to ask any questions you have about what it means to be working with a fiduciary.