Two newly-published reports are focussing minds on how much we all need to save for retirement, says Stephen Metcalf of Lovewell Blake Financial Planning.
In the first three parts we have introduced the concept of personal cashflow planning, and seen how it has helped Joe and his wife Jessie face unforeseen events, pay for their son Johnnie’s education, and stay on track for a comfortable retirement.In this part we see how the online planning tool can help them achieve that goal.
In parts one and two, we saw the value of personal cashflow planning for our case study, Joe. In this part, we find him married with a baby.
The death of a key person can be a dangerous time for a business, so it pays to protect against it, says Robin Carnaby of Lovewell Blake Financial Planning.
Starting the year with a new job? It’s a great time to be reviewing your personal finances, says Trazer Farnese of Lovewell Blake Financial Planning.
In part one, we looked at the concept of personal cashflow planning, and how it can help people map out their financial futures In this part, we look at what happens when an unforeseen event disrupts the plan.
The rise of personal cashflow planning
The new year is the perfect time to spring clean your finances, says David Haughton of Lovewell Blake Financial Planning.