5 steps to a stronger financial plan

Most people do not know how to accurately assess the possibilities and assess the risks in their financial planning. As a result, their financial plan is likely to collapse the moment something goes wrong. Which means it’s approx Always It breaks down, because there are a million things that happen in life that we can’t predict, have not taken into account or simply forget to think about.

It’s not that planning is pointless. We need to treat planning as a process, not a one-time event that we set and forget. We also need strategies to build stronger financial plans that can actually withstand the inevitable misfortune, bad decisions, or bad assumptions that happen along the way.

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