Model the “what if” scenarios

Model the "what if" scenarios

It’s important to have realistic expectations of what your financial resources can achieve, to give you peace of mind that you can achieve what you want, when you want, without putting your future plans at risk.

Key to this is understanding how each financial decision can affect other areas of your financial plans.

You also need to visualise that if there are any future bumps in the road on your journey, you’ve considered different ‘what if’ scenarios and have taken the right approach to protecting yourself and your family against the consequences.

Cash Flow Modelling

As part of the financial planning process is also vital if financial goals are to be achieved, such as repaying your mortgage, buying a holiday home, paying for school and university fees and being able to retire when you want to. It is also important that you have sufficient funds for emergencies to provide for unexpected expenses, such as a job loss or long-term illness.

You can find out more in our Guide to Cashflow Modelling.

Will your current plans gt you to where you want to be financially? Whatever wealth means to you – now and in the future – we can help you achieve your goals for it in every area and stage of your life. For more information, or to discuss how we can help you to achieve your goals and take Financial control, please contact us.

The value of investments can fall as well as rise. You may not get back what you invest.

A pension is a long term investment. The fund value may fluctuate and can go down. Your eventual income may depend on the size of the fund at retirement, future interest rates and tax legislation