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3 Signs That Clearly Show You Need A Financial Planner

Living in a world where finances majorly dictate success in life, financial planning is vital. Unfortunately, very few people undertake to get the right financial education to get their finances in order, create wealth and live a comfortable life. Worse, most of the people in this category do not even know that they need financial planning in the first place. Do you think you belong in this group? Below, discover 3 signs that show that you do.

You are on the wrong financial path

As cliché as it may sound, there is a right and a wrong financial path. The latter is where most people find themselves when they do not inculcate financial planning into their lives. A good way to tell you are on the wrong financial path is if you are not where you would like to be in life, financially. For example, you have no stable job, no business plan, no savings, no assets, no investments, no will and no wealth creation plan for the future. Worse, you have no retirement plan. By working with a financial planner, you can map a financial plan and get back where you need to be.

You have serious financial challenges

No matter how well you're doing in life, financial planning is still vital to combat financial challenges that are guaranteed to pop up every once in a while. Too often, people in strong financial positions have lost it all to things like debt, gambling problems, addictions, high expenditures, etc. If you are in such financial turmoil, a financial planner will give you fresh insight and unbiased professional financial advice. This way, you can learn how to deal with different challenges to avoid toppling your success overnight.

You don't have the time to handle your financial planning duties

Some other people lead very busy lives where they do not have the time to sit back and evaluate their finances critically. While they cannot be blamed for being hardworking, they do need to plan for their finances, no matter how vast. If you are in such a position, a financial planner can help tackle that aspect of your financial empire. They can balance your accounts, manage your estate, create trusts to oversee your wealth, draw up and update your will, file your tax returns, advise you on financial decisions and other core duties even as you concentrate on growing your wealth. 

If you fall under any of the above 3 categories, it is imperative that you seek financial training. A financial planner can offer this service with practical solutions tailor-made just for you.

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Accounting Hacks and Strategies for People Who Don't Like Maths

Hi, my name is Julie. About a decade ago, I started my own business. I wanted the chance to work for myself, doing something I love, but I almost didn't try because I was so intimidated by the idea of keeping my own books. I have always disliked maths, and it is one of my weaknesses. However, with the help of an accountant who helped me to get set up and who helps me with my taxes every year, I was able to track everything and do a lot of my accounting on my own. If you don't like maths, don't worry – you can still start your own business. Take a look at these hacks and ideas. I hope you find my blog helpful.

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