Some questions you should ask yourself about financial planning
Some questions you should ask yourself about financial planning Don Martin
Eighteen Questions to Ask Yourself
If I save as much money in the next 10 years as I did in the last 10 years would I be happy?
Do I know where all my money goes?
What is the best way to save for college? How much should I save?
How can I reduce debt or save more?
Do I even have specific financial goals?
Do I make a good income and always have enough money?
Do I plan, at the start of the year, to obtain and use all allowable tax deductions?
Do I understand and take full advantage of my company’s benefit plans?
Employee Stock Options: What is their current and potential value? Which ones should I consider selling now? What strategy should I put in place to sell them?
Insurance: Do I need life, disability or long-term care insurance? If so, how much, and for how long?
Do I have all things in order if something happens to me? Have I created peace of mind through proper estate planning today?
Do my investments perform at a level to sufficient enough to reach all my financial goals?
Do I know how to become financially independent?
Do I know how much money I need to save to have a comfortable retirement?
Investments: What are the best investments for me?
If my investments in the next 10 years perform as well as the last 10 years would I be happy?
Implementation: I understand what to do, but I am not certain how. How do I accomplish the next step?
Management: Is there an objective professional who can monitor, manage and report on my portfolio’s progress towards my goals?
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