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Whether we are working on tax-focused investment strategies, retirement planning or legacy planning, optimizing cash flow is a key factor that continues to power all other areas of your financial plan. While cash flow is a relatively simple concept at face value, planning where, when and how you spend your money is sometimes easier said than done. Having a plan where your savings and spending choices reflect your values and priorities can positively affect your overall financial plan.
Getting a clear picture of your cash flow situation can help you better understand where your money is going, improve your savings and help increase the chances you reach your short-term and long-term financial goals. Understanding your cash flow is also beneficial in helping you determine if you can afford to save more toward your financial goals. If you find yourself with some excess cash, it might be a good idea to consider allocating those funds to a financial goal, whether that is building up a cash reserve or contributing additional savings toward retirement or other important priorities.
It's never too late to start managing your cash flow, but the earlier you start the better. Regardless of the phase you are in, we can work on a tailored tax-intelligent plan that can help create balance and move you in the right direction.