A GOAL WITHOUT A PLAN IS JUST A WISH

– Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

The Importance of a Financial Plan

One of the most common reasons for financial failure or distress is a lack of financial planning. Any professional financial planner knows that financial records are vital to properly monitoring cash flow. They also know that insufficient coverage under a financial plan for market changes or unexpected expenses could become a death trap.

A financial plan is crucial because it helps you make better decisions on spending your budget and income. It is an integral part of any sound financial strategy and has objectives beyond forecasting future income.

A budget or forecast won’t tell you where your financial capacity will be in three years despite being one of many financial services that can provide insight into your current financial situation. Strategic financial planning puts you ahead of the game by helping you identify opportunities while simultaneously determining risk tolerance. If executed properly, a financial plan could have priceless benefits for any individual. Many firms provide financial planning services to help people achieve their financial goals.

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