Today I want you to think about why you want to Improve Your Cashflow. Now, that may seem like a silly question. Of course I want to improve my cashflow, but when we’re talking about this, we’re talking about how income minus expenses equals your cashflow. And obviously, we’d like this to be positive. That’s the goal that everyone should have here. But improving your cashflow often times involves some sacrifice. So if we think about how we can potentially improve cashflow, there’s really only two ways to do it, right? You can increase your income, or you can lower your expenses. And that’s going to have that positive impact on your cashflow.
What I Do
I help individuals make the transition from working to retirement.
As you approach retirement you will be making some of the most important financial decisions of your life. Most of these decisions don’t get a do-over, once you’ve made them your stuck.
My goal is to help you get the most out of your retirement resources. I do this by coordinating and optimizing what I call the 7 Core Elements of Retirement Planning.
It all starts with a plan!
We use advanced financial planning software to help you understand your retirement cash flow so you know where the gaps are.
Understanding your retirement gap is the foundation to getting the most out out of your retirement resources and avoiding costly mistakes.