Our greatest asset, is our employability. If we were to fall ill critically or meet with a disability, it will impact our family and us emotionally and financially as well. If we can manage this in an effective way, we will be able to be self-sufficient during times of need.
Our circumstances change, so do our plans. On top of that, trend changes and some of the older plans may not be as effective now as they were in the past. This is why it’s important to review our portfolio to ensure that what we have are still relevant to us.
Planning for retirement or children’s education require early and careful preparation and if done properly, you can take advantage of time to assist you in your managing of the funds.
Asset allocation is crucial to allow our funds to grow. Getting a good mix of various instruments can allow us to achieve the ideal portfolio for you in the long run.
If you have done the above 4 things right, you will want to distribute your wealth in the right way. Setting up nomination, Wills or a Trust are some methods of distribution, and it’s important to have proper planning in this area to avoid conflict, confusion and to provide for your family accordingly.