Financial Success Rarely Happens by Accident
Many people do not have a financial plan, yet they want to be financially successful. Good financial planning paves the way to financial success.
It is often said that people spend more time planning their next vacation than they spend planning for their future. This is certainly understandable, because vacations are fun.
Figuring out how to pay off debts, put the kids through college, reduce tax exposure, and retire without running out of money is not so much fun. It is, however, very necessary. A written financial plan adds structure, direction, and objectivity to these weighty decisions. Keep Reading