What is Financial planning?
Financial planning is a process which enables you and your financial planner to work together to develop a written financial plan which contains realistic strategies to help you to:
- manage your financial affairs in order to achieve your personal goals and ambitions
- maintain your and your family lifestyle throughout your lives, without fear of ever running out of money
- grow, manage and retain your wealth
Wow! – that was a mouthful, but I’m quite proud of that definition.
To learn more about financial planning please read the financial planning process.
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