Traditional financial plans are generally static documents containing 100s of pages of "This is your life..."
But your life is changing, career is progressing, and the family is growing. The plan that was useful yesterday could quickly become outdated as your life naturally evolves. While it takes time to create your budget, identify your short- and medium-term goals, and implement a long-term plan, the ongoing monitoring and updating of you financial plans can become complex. I don't want to leave you wondering what to do next.
Planning with me is ongoing. Frequent meetings, e-mail conversations, and evaluating how political/economic changes impact your financial plan means you're always engaged, working towards your goals, and being held accountable.
The primary financial planning system I use is MoneyGuidePro® with MX account aggregation. This keeps your plan current, Needs, Wants, and Wishes top of mind, and your budget up to date.
Financial planning takes the guesswork out of managing your finances and helps you understand the implications of each financial decision you make. Everyone has different goals, so it’s important to have a unique plan that works for you and your financial situation, both now and in the future.
Financial Planning assists you in understanding your financial needs and helps you organize, prioritize and keep your financial plan on track.
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