2014's Best Tools for Financial Planning

By siliconindia   |   Wednesday, July 30, 2014
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Bangalore: Many people do not understand the significance of financial planning. In today's uncertain economy, financial planning is very important. With an irresistible number of options for saving and investing, managing your finances can be difficult.
When you have a financial plan, it's easier to make financial decisions and stay on track to meet your goals. Here is a list of 5 financial planning tools as compiled by Jessica Heichel of

#1.Retirement Planning

A little advance planning can make all of the difference in your retirement lifestyle like, where you want to live, how much income you will need. That’s why it is essential to plan to ensure you are prepared. It will help you understand how much you need to grow your wealth before you retire and how to plan for it.

The goal of retirement planning is to achieve financial independence, so that the need to be gainfully employed is optional rather than a necessity.

It is a good idea to seek expert advice as part of your preparation for retirement to ensure you are maximizing your savings and assets in a tax effective way.

#2.Understand Your Life Insurance

Life insurance is a contract between an insurance policy holder and an insurer, where the insurer promises to pay a designated beneficiary a sum of money, in exchange for a premium, upon the death of the insured person.

 You should keep in mind few things if you are the primary income provider for your family, what would happen to the family you leave behind? Would there be a credit to pay off?

Life insurance will help to support your family’s financial situation in the event of something misfortune happens to you. It is a way of adding wealth to a family in an emergency, and understanding how life insurance works is an important part of any financial plan.

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