Let’s face it, as a doctor or dentist you do not have the time to actively manage your finances.
Even with the best intentions, you will fail to follow through after a while, if your money management requires active intervention and implementation.
That is why for our clients, we set up automatic ongoing debt repayment and savings/investment plans.
This could include any or all of the following:
– Increased mortgage repayments
– Savings contributions into particular (offset) accounts
– Education investment savings
– Super contributions (concessional and non-concessional)
– Other investment contributions
The outcome of this automation is a structured wealth creation/debt reduction plan, where you do not have to think or act, as everything is executed on a scheduled basis.
Very rapidly will you start to see real results, and it will feel effortless.
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If you would like to find out how automating your finances could help you, please contact me for a free consultation on 0432 885 295 or Yves@affluenceprivate.com.au.
As I understand your time is extremely valuable and scarce, I am able to offer flexible meetings times, including outside business hours and during the weekend. I can even come and meet you somewhere convenient, or talk via videoconference on Skype.
My first consultation is free. I allocate up to 90 minutes to discuss your personal circumstances and to establish how I may best assist you. Where you already have an existing adviser, I would be happy to offer a second opinion. I always quote a fixed dollar fee before we start working together.
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Yves Schoof and Affluence Private Wealth are Authorised Representatives of Synchron, AFS Licence No. 243313.
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