How to 'apocalypse-proof' your family's finances in the coming year
So the solution for “Invest Planning” is simple. Make sure that the mix of your investments (i.e. how much of each type of investment) is appropriate for your time frame and all will be well. Look to investment advisors or computer models to help with investment mix suggestions. Add to this a commitment to not be reactionary to headlines and you will have success in 2013 and beyond.
Tried and True Principles
Tax Plan, Spend Plan and Invest Plan not only work in times of uncertainty but they work in any fiscal climate as well. Spend an hour or two each year putting these to the test and you will have many happy “returns."
Shane Stewart is a Certified Financial Planner® at Deseret Mutual. He welcomes your feedback. Or you’re welcome to suggest a topic. Please send your comments to email@example.com.
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