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Michael Kay Jan 18
Do you have a written financial plan that examines your current financial situation and creates a pathway to your preferred future and goals? If you don’t, it might be because you don’t know who to meet with. Here's some guidance: 
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CapitalQuotient Dec 28
Just like you have planners and calendars to plan for new year its highly crucial to have a ready too! Going into the new year with a financial plan is a great idea, and will help you reach your financial goals in 2019! Here's how to create yours.
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Joemel Dakay Dec 12
I deserve a movie treat after panelling 15 groups. 🙃 🍿🥤
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Venus360 Jan 19
We provide the leading investment plan to investors to get best return of investment (ROI) income.
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VistaRiver Holdings Dec 20
Have a Solid Financial Plan Finding an angel investor to give you the ideal capital needed for the business is not easy. Make sure your business proposal clearly states the things investors are looking for, such as a solid financial plan.
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SmarterSquirrel Jan 3
Replying to @MichLovesMoney
I agree. It takes persistent discipline. Also knowing where you’re starting from helps. Get a detailed picture of assets, liabilities, cash in, cash out and your credit score. I’ve got a 12 month plan to get folks on a better financial path
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i4C Jan 18
In these uncertain economic times those not receiving are unprepared for a crisis. Using cashflow modelling, a planner can create a robust to ensure clients have peace of mind in the face of financial uncertainty
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Venus360 Jan 19
Known for financial services advisor for a decade. We bring smart structured & organized plans for leader and investors.
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Michael Kay Jan 15
We all have different definitions of what success means. The proper thing to focus on is: What does success and joy mean to you right now in your life?
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Financial Symmetry Jan 8
Still unsure how much (and in which accounts) you should be contributing to? Completing a financial plan may be your first step in understanding how to take advantage of the best investment accounts for your situation.
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Impact Money Blog Dec 13
This latest post reviews some practical, basic steps to consider before investing for impact, including consulting a . Introduction to Impact Investing - The Practical Basics via
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Russell Scantlebury Dec 17
Are you preparing for your retirement? Wondering what it will look like? Come join us on Jan 23, 2019 for an evening of information to understand where your income will come from in retirement.
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Russell Scantlebury Dec 17
Are terms like executor & estate planning foreign to you? Join us on Jan 15th, 2019, for a conversation about how you can prepare your family in the event of your own passing.
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Miles Brown Asset Management Dec 10
Regardless of how much you earn or what stage of life you are in, having a is the first step towards taking control over that aspect of your life & helping you to lead a fuller, healthier lifestyle as time goes on 🌅
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Michael Kay Jan 11
You must have an excellent grasp on your numbers. If you don’t know your numbers, consider using a financial application or program that will help you see clearly where you are and where your income is going. 
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Michael Kay Jan 8
In the first of a three-part series, I discuss how to obtain "financial sanity" in a world that can feel insane -- and how to create a plan that is meaningful and aligned with your values:
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Formosa Financial Dec 22
With the boom and bust cycles seen in the - space, having a clear plan can help with regulatory compliance for the future. Here are a some tips for navigating the law in a few parts of the world.
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Michael Kay Jan 17
When it comes to succeeding with your finances–both personally and in business–your mindfulness needs to be front and center to your decisions and actions.
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Scott Bishop, CFP® Dec 16
Is the S&P 500 a relevant index or benchmark to your ? In this article I suggested that it is more important to know your “Hurdle Rate” (the minimum return needed to reach your and other goals).
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Atlas Wealth Dec 21
Many of us spend more time planning our gift giving than how we will pay for all those purchases. Give yourself the gift of a comprehensive to ensure your finances receive the attention they deserve.
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