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Wealth and Asset Management Explained – Part 3: Wealth and Asset Management Planning: How Much Is Enough?

by AOG Wealth Management
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Wealth and asset management are designed to maintain and grow your finances, helping you secure a life of financial stability and freedom. You’ve always heard that it pays to start early, but how do you know that you’ve done enough with your finances? The answer differs for every individual, but you can figure it out by considering several factors, starting with how much money do you need to cover basic needs and your retirement.

Why Define What’s Enough?

Having a clear idea of what’s “enough” for you helps determine the kind of risk you need to take to achieve your financial goals. The more “nice-to-haves” you convert into “must-haves,” the bigger your portfolio has to be and the greater the risks you have to undertake to get to where you to need be.

Preserving Your Nest Egg

Once you’ve determined that you have enough money to take care of your needs, consider shifting your focus to maintaining and preserving your nest egg. This begins with a complete review of your portfolio to see what kind of risks you’re taking on. Keep in mind that getting rich is different from staying rich, so the two will call for different strategies.

Wealth and asset management are great at giving you a handle on your finances. With a reliable, capable manager at your side, they even have the potential to change your life. Have a clear grasp of what you want to achieve and you’re an important step closer already to meeting your financial goals.

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