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Financial Planning

We assist our corporate and personal clients to meet their financial life goals through proper management of their finances. This involves a process of gathering relevant information, setting life goals, examining their current financial status and proposing a strategy or plan to meet their financial life goals.

The common solutions provided as follows:

  • Wealth Protection Planning
    • When an individual has accumulated certain amount of wealth in their life and has the responsibility to protect and care for his/ her family, it is very common for the individual to maintain the standard of living for family even after he/ she has passed on. Creating sufficient liquid/cash reserve through insurance may be the most economic way to fulfill the liquidity needs for the surviving loved ones.
  • Wealth Accumulation Planning
    • The achievement of most goals requires accumulation of funds. Wealth accumulation is a fundamental part of the financial planning process. Goals like education and retirement funding require a consistent savings pattern, usually employing dollar-cost averaging. The time horizon for achieving each goal is also important. This will dictate the kind of investment vehicles that are most appropriate for the individual. An overriding concern would also be the risk tolerance level of the individual. Risk tolerance is a difficult quotient to quantify, but an attempt must be made to invest only in instruments that suit the individual.
  • Wealth Distribution Planning
    • You want the satisfaction of knowing that your remaining wealth, upon death, will help provide for loved ones and / or support charitable organizations engaged in activities consistent with your personal values or interests. This is often a complicated task when it involves blended families, unmarried couples, or young children. The ever changing tax landscape makes it even more so.
    • It is not just about what wealth to transfer to which persons or entities, but also how to do so in a manner that will ensure that the transfer is both effective and has a positive impact on the lives of your heirs.
  • Debt Cancellation Planning
    • There are many ways in which a person may incur debts during his/her living years. Personal debts such as outstanding credit card balances, personal bank loans, and instalment purchases are some of the modern day debt-generation mechanisms created over the years by commercial evolution. In most cases, the amount of each debt is modest if taken individually, but collectively the amount can be significant enough to create some measure of worry to the estate of the individual concerned. Sufficient insurance protection must be arranged before any disaster happens.
  • Business Succession Planning
    • If you were unable to be there to run your company, what would happen to it? Would your family members, co-owners, managers and/or employees know what to do, and would they have the guidelines and tools they would need to help the business survive and thrive? The main issue in succession planning is to provide adequate funding when ownership of a business is transferred, so that it is accomplished with minimal difficulty. Life insurance, individual disability insurance and disability overhead expense insurance are key planning tools. These products provide the dollars needed to keep your business running smoothly. They also provide a fair share of the company's worth to all involved with minimal conflicts.