Professional level portfolios are developed with respect to personal risk tolerance, income needs, and diversification across several types of investments in order to minimize desired volatility.
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Financial Plans are usually based on the continuing ability to earn money over time. What if this is disrupted by a death or disability of one of the wage earners in the household?
Along with rent or mortgage expenses, usually the largest family expense for the household.
"It's not how much you make, it's how much you get to keep." Paying less in taxes may put more money in your pocket to use to fund your financial goals.
Retirement, or Financial Independence, is the primary reason that people save money. It is critical to know how much you will need and when you will need it in order to know how much to save.
Adequate and Secure Cash Flow is the key to a successful Financial Plan. It is the primary issue for consideration.