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This article brought to you courtesy of Matt Stutes, CFP, of Cornerstone Wealth Management, Canby Herald Insider Finanacial Planning Expert.

Matt Stutes, CFP

What Your Financial Plan Should Include

The key to creating a successful financial plan is ensuring it

covers your current and future financial needs. To determine

your particular needs, spend time with your financial advisor

considering your options, defining your goals, and evaluating

your resources. The following are some common areas to consider when planning financial future.

Cash Flow

Cash flow is a cornerstone in developing a comprehensive financial plan. Identifying what your spending habits are now

will help us identify what your cash flow needs in retirement

will be. Failing to have a clear picture of your bills and expenses

can dramatically reduce your ability to meet your financial

objectives.

Savings

Fundamental to building a secure, manageable future is saving

for the unexpected as well as the expected. Saving is easier if

you "pay yourself first" and build automatic savings into your budget.

Risk Management

Risk can take many forms: illness, accident, liability, and natural disasters, to name a few. Failing to manage risk properly can jeopardize your financial future. That's why smart financial

planning evaluates the various levels and types of insurance

you carry to make sure they're aligned with your overall goals

and needs. In many cases, insurance can also be used effectively

as an alternative revenue stream and hedge against inflation and

riskier types of investments.

Life insurance policies contain exclusions, limitations, and reductions of benefits, and terms for keeping them in force. Your

financial advisor can provide you with costs and complete details.

Cornerstone Wealth Management

486 N.W. 2nd Avenue

Canby, OR 97013

503-266-7431

www.thecwmgroup.com

Securities and advisory services offered through LPL

Financial, a registered investment advisor. Member

FINRA/SIPC.

The opinions voiced in this material are for general

information only and are not intended to provide

specific advice or recommendations for any individual.

Rebalancing a portfolio may cause investors to incur

tax liabilities and/or transaction costs and does not

assure a profit or protect against a loss.

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