Real financial planning deals not only with your money matters but also with your values and all other things that are going on in your life.
Not knowing what your options are can seriously harm your financial health! We live in a culture of instant gratification and having the clarity about what your options could be and developing an appreciation for delayed gratification could ensure your achievement of financial freedom.
A child's view of money is very different from an adult’s view. So it is for most couples: one party has a different attitude towards money compared to the other party.
Money is a means of exchange and our attitudes towards money can either make us or break us. Addressing this attitude is something that is part of the comprehensive and values-based financial planning that we do at Frontier.
Having a plan and working it could be highly rewarding - especially if it is the best action plan.