Planning for the future? – Work with a Financial Planner who uses Lifetime Cashflow Modelling
Date24 Aug 2018//
A good financial plan will show us how the choices we make today will impact our lives in the future. “Life is about making plans from which you deviate, almost always. If you are lucky, you do come up with a plan” (Kenneth Branagh). The plan is what we at Pyrmont Wealth Management are here to help you with.
A better way to invest? Consider these 10 Simple Guidelines
I cannot deny that some people have been lucky and have had success from making the right bets at the right time. Of course, the process of doing that and it working out can be exciting. But is it a sustainable strategy? Is it possible to do it consistently? Is there a better way?
Walking the talk – Financial Planning for Women
CategoriesLife-Centred Financial Planning, Uncategorized
When Ginger Rogers was asked how she felt about being paid less then her partner Fred Astaire, she supposedly quipped that Fred was a great dancer, but her role had been to dance not only as well as him but to do so backwards and in high heels. Her point about inequality was made with humour which is why it sticks in the mind.
Grasping the pension nettle in Hong Kong for Expats
One of the great advantages for a financial advisor in the preparation and discussion of long term saving is when a client grasps the pension nettle early on. With sufficient time, an adviser can draw up the kind of strategic plan that will not only deliver on its retirement income promise but also provide the client
How Financial Advice Can Help You Make the Right Decisions in Life
Date09 Aug 2018///
Some people think that financial advice is like legal advice. You only need to seek it when you have a problem. But seeking good financial advice from a trusted company of financial advisors can be an effective way to avoid ever running into a financial problem in the first place.
The Best Reasons to be Seeking Financial Advice whilst living in Hong Kong
Date09 Aug 2018///
You have that great job you have always wanted and are enjoying living in Hong Kong. But before you start spending too much money on the good life, which in Hong Kong can be all too easy, have you given much thought to what your present income can mean to your future?