As a long-term investor, one of the most important parts of your financial plan will be putting in place the right strategy. This should cover off all personal and financial aspects of your life such as cash flow, super and insurance. A good strategy will always be centred around your personal goals and objectives. This has been written about before but this week I go a little deeper.
Financial planning is all about creating a road map towards financial independence, and while divorce or separation is a very emotional and turbulent time in a person’s life, a financial adviser, coupled with the right professional team, can help guide you through making the right financial decisions based on your situation and lifestyle.
At the start of each New Year people often set goals for the year ahead. These goals typically consist of the usual “exercise more” “lose weight” “more family time” or “drink less”. But with the new financial year upon us, how about reviewing or setting some financial goals to set you up for the longer term.
This financial year has commenced in the sort of environment we have never experienced, so it’s a good time to review your super and ensure you are prepared to make the best of it. Chris Morcom provides great advice in a recent interview with The New Daily. Read the full article here