WHAT IS INVESTMENT PLANNING?
Investment Planning is an integral component of any financial plan. Whether you are a young professional or a high net worth business executive, there is an investment plan that can suit your needs. Your suitable investment portfolio will depend on whether your goals are short term (5 years and under) or long term (over five years). Additionally, it will depend on the extent to which you are willing to accept risk in your investment plans. Finally, it will depend on which investment tools you view as suitable to meet your financial goals.
An investment plan which cater all your needs.
The Investment Planning in Excel Business Advisory is designed and catered to the investment needs of those who wish only need advice on investment advice and also the accompanying cost effective financial product solutions.
Excel Business Advisory has the experience and knowledge to advise you on the most effective wealth creation strategy for you, paying close attention to your preferences in each of these areas. We can also advise on specialist investment strategies including global investment placement, borrowing to invest, debt recycling and debt management.
WHY DO WE NEED INVESTMENT PLANNING?
Family Security: Investment planning is important from the point of view of family security. If anything happens to the working member in the family then the other members of the family will be financially secure by the investment.
Efficiently manage income: It is quite possible to efficiently manage the income and expenditure of person with an investment plan. Managing income helps the person to manage other expenditures, tax payments etc.
Financial Understanding: Investment planning helps in understanding about our current financial situation. It becomes easy for an individual to evaluate investment or retirement plan by having financial understanding.
Savings: One should invest in those investment vehicles which are highly liquid. Funds can be easily taken out from those investments in the case of emergency.
Standard of Living: The savings created by the investment is very useful in difficult times. For example, death of the working individual in the family affects the standard of living to a great extent. That time the investment made by the working person becomes useful source of income of the family.