"The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today"
H. Jackson Brown Jr
American Author – Life’s Little Instruction Book
Financial Planning is the life-long process of managing your finances prudently and smartly to help achieve your goals and dreams. At the same time, you’ll be preparing yourself to navigate the financial obstacles that will inevitably occur at any, or even every stage of life. It pays to take financial advice.
Financial Planning helps you determine your short and long-term financial goals, as well as create a balanced plan to meet those goals. It helps you not only to identify the key responsibilities you have to yourself and family in managing your finances, but also helps in understanding the timing, detail and the importance of each element of earning and protecting money – whilst also enjoying it too. Typically, the plan will encapsulate how to make the best use of your income and the cashflow and capital associated with it, all of which will affect the security of your family and the standard of living they can expect and must adhere to.
It would also highlight investments and savings opportunities, providing you with a sound understanding of your financial position and what can be achieved in relation to your wealth level. Remember, this should not be allowed to become a one-off exercise, as circumstances change. It is essential that your financial planning becomes an ongoing habit.
The first step would be to meet up with an adviser and be prepared to bare all things financial during a fact find. The stages of planning are then completed together via the following 3 stages:
Within this section of the website, on our forthcoming blog, and throughout our Life Events Timeline, you will find links to our short guides on: Financial Planning for your family, establishing Goals and Objectives, Income Tax Planning, Risk Management and Insurance, Cash Flow, Wills, Inheritance, Divorce, Choosing a Mortgage as well as a variety of other key aspects of managing your finances throughout your life.
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The steps we undertake with you will include discovery, setting goals, contingency planning, saving expectations, asset building, tracking & monitoring performance and creating an exit strategy.
It is important to set and reach realistic financial goals. A long-term financial plan is designed to help you reach long-term goals but it will also give you focus for short-term goals too, all of which in turn can help to set yourself up to win as well as manage your money, responsibly and effectively, the key to lasting success.
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