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8 Keys to Good Financial Plans


While there are many ways to go about developing a financial plan—do it yourself, use a robo-advisor, work with a financial planner, or a combination thereof—Schwab has identified eight critical components every plan should include, regardless of the method used to create it. So, what does a good financial plan look like?

1. Setting financial goals

You can't make a financial plan until you know what you want to accomplish with your money—so whether you're creating it yourself or working with a professional, your plan should start with a list of your goals, both big and small, and the time horizons to accomplish them. Doing so can help to organize each objective by how soon you'll need the money:

  • Short-term goals are those you hope to achieve in the next five years, such as paying off debt or building an emergency fund.
  • Medium-term goals are those you hope to achieve in the next five to 10 years, such as the down payment on a home or starting your own business.
  • Long-term goals are those that are 10 or more years away, including saving for college and, of course, retirement.

For each goal, specify a dollar figure and a target date. "The more specific your goals, the easier it is to measure your progress toward them," said Rob Williams, managing director of financial planning at the Schwab Center for Financial Research.

A host of online tools can help you run the numbers, weigh competing priorities, and determine the best course of action for you. Also, if you have multiple goals to work toward, a robo-advisor, or automated investing platform, can help you weigh the importance of each goal, ranking them by needs, wants, and wishes.

Any time is a good time to establish a financial plan.

Ideally, you start investing for financial goals early in life, but any time is a good time to check in on your current financial situation and assess how you're doing. Are you still on track? Do you have other goals you hadn't previously considered? Having a financial plan helps you assess where you are today and where you want to go next.

2. Net worth statement

Knowing your net worth today can serve as a baseline for framing your financial goals and setting a target for your net worth at some point in the future, like in retirement. To determine your net worth, make a list of all your assets (bank and investment accounts, real estate, valuable personal property) and another one of all your debt (credit cards, mortgages, or student loans). Your assets minus your liabilities equals your net worth.

"Don't be discouraged if your liabilities outweigh your assets," Rob said. "That's not uncommon when you're just starting out—especially if you have a mortgage and student loans."

3. Budget and cash flow planning

Your budget is really where the rubber meets the road, planning-wise. It can help you determine where your money is going each month and where you can cut back to meet your goals.

A budget calculator can help ensure you don't overlook irregular but important expenses, such as car repairs, out-of-pocket health care costs, and real estate taxes. As you're compiling your list, separate your expenses into two buckets: must-have items like groceries and rent, and nice-to-haves like eating out and gym memberships.

When considering how your goals fit into your budget, you may want to pressure-test it using "what if" scenarios: What if you want or need to retire earlier? What if you downsized your mortgage? Some robo-advisors offer tools that allow you to adjust certain assumptions to see how they could affect your savings strategy.

4. Debt management plan

Debt is sometimes treated like a four-letter word, but not all debt is bad debt. A mortgage, for example, can help build equity—and boost your credit score in the bargain. High-interest consumer debt like credit cards, on the other hand, can weigh heavily on your credit score. Plus, every dollar you pay in finance charges and interest is one you can't put toward other goals.

If you have high-interest debt, make sure you create a plan that can help you pay it off as quickly as possible. If you're not sure where to start, a financial advisor can help you prioritize, then determine how much of your budget should go toward your debt each month.

5. Retirement plan

An old guideline says you'll need approximately 80% of your present income in retirement. However, this assumes that retiring will free you from any work-related expenses, that you've paid off your mortgage, that any children will be financially independent, and you'll likely fall into a lower tax bracket.

It's also important to keep in mind that Medicare doesn't cover everything, and health care expenses that Medicare doesn't cover—such as long-term care—can add up quickly. You also might spend more on other things in retirement, like travel, dining out, gifts, or financial support to a relative or friend.

Plugging in different scenarios into a retirement savings calculator can help you figure out what you may need in retirement. 

Don't count on the 80% rule 

If you're saving 20% – 30% of your pre-retirement income, then the 80% income-replacement rule is a good place to start. Otherwise, it's safer to aim at covering 100% of your pre-retirement income, minus whatever you're saving for retirement . As with any general rule, there are plenty of exceptions. So be sure to sit down and fine-tune your retirement budget as the time draws near. This should be your top priority because you can borrow for most other goals but not for retirement.

6. Emergency funds

When something unexpected happens—say you lose your job or get hit with an unexpected medical bill—an emergency fund can help you avoid tapping your long-term savings to make ends meet.

It's generally a good idea to save enough to cover at least three months'—but ideally six months'—worth of essential living expenses (for example, groceries, housing, transportation, and utilities). Save this money in a checking or savings account so you can access it in a hurry should the need arise.

7. Insurance coverage

Insurance is an important part of protecting your financial downside—but try to ensure you're not overpaying for coverage you don't need and make sure to cover all your bases:

  • Health insurance : Without it, even routine care can cost a pretty penny, while a serious injury or hospital stay could set you back tens of thousands of dollars. As you get older, you may want to consider long-term care insurance , as well.
  • Disability insurance : This coverage protects you and your family in case you're unable to work. Employer-provided disability insurance typically replaces about 60% of your salary.
  • Auto and homeowners'/renters' insurance : If you own a car or home—or rent and can't afford to replace possessions out of pocket—make sure you're adequately protected.
  • Life insurance : This is generally a good idea for those with dependents. Work with an insurance agent to understand what type of—and how much—coverage makes the most sense for you.

8. Estate plan

At a minimum, most people want a will in place, which states your final wishes with regards to your assets, dependents, and who you want to administer your estate. You should also keep the beneficiaries of your insurance policies and retirement accounts up to date. Also consider establishing powers of attorney for financial and health care decisions, in case you become incapacitated.

For help getting started or tackling more complex estate-planning tasks, consider working with an estate attorney or a qualified financial planner.

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There is little doubt that generative AI is a massively disruptive innovation that will bring both job destruction and enhancement. The balance between the two is now a hot topic where asset management increasingly finds itself, albeit unwittingly, serving as a “natural experiment”.

How the generative AI revolution, or Gen AI , is being deployed in the industry shines a spotlight not only on the job debate but also on broader organisational and regulatory issues that will impact the rest of finance, health, and well beyond.

One of the most striking aspects of the Gen AI revolution, is that it is just getting started. Its main drivers — computing power, data, talent and funding — are compounding at a scale and speed that will accentuate its disruptive forces. No wonder it has risen to the top of the agenda of chief executives in an ever-increasing number of companies and sectors.

Asset management is one of the sectors where Gen AI offers great promise, pointing to a series of changes to how the industry operates and is organised. Already, it is being used by the most agile companies to improve operational efficiency, communicate better and better protect against cyber attacks. And this is just the start.

Both investment and client-facing teams can now prepare presentational power point with incredible ease to convey capabilities and justify new trade ideas. The communication of returns and performance attribution to clients, a critical and time-consuming obligation, is done more quickly and accurately. And the tech teams have more tools at their disposal to combat the growing number of hacking attempts.

In every one of these cases, Gen AI is labour-enhancing. It augments what employees can do, helping them move up the value-added curve. While there will be job losses among routine-based, low-skill tasks, the overall impact on labour is positive, especially as more engineers are hired. Knowing how to talk to AI engines becomes an essential skill for both new and much of the existing staff.

Now look forward. It is not difficult to envisage a world where Gen AI engines are an integral part of all the higher-skill tasks of asset allocation, model portfolios, security selection and risk mitigation. These engines will be trained on the enormous data sets that reside in the sector and, currently, are grossly under-exploited.

Given advances elsewhere in technology, it is also not difficult to imagine Gen AI tools helping to create and structure new asset classes, trained in this case by a combination of actual and virtual data. With time, the most dynamic and successful parts of the asset management will combine Gen AI-enabled tools with new capabilities that, importantly, are Gen AI native. With that comes the ability to personalise in a much more refined manner individual investment accounts to meet clients’ risk tolerance and behavioural inclinations.

Yet the road ahead will also be bumpy. Existing capabilities are far from flawless and talent is not evenly distributed. Their application is subject to biases. There are still no good answers to who will internally police the AI and what broader set of domestic and, potentially, international regulations will govern it. And the increasing fragmentation of the technology stack between China and the US, a phenomenon that will only deepen, is making those living in the in-between particularly uncomfortable.

This is also a road that will see major disruptions to the structure of the industry. Those lagging in understanding the disruptive power of AI and its potential applications — particularly on account of talent, management agility and data organisation — will find it increasingly hard to catch up. The gap will only grow if they fail to take advantage of the leapfrogging opportunities that are only likely to be available early on.

Put together, this dynamic will further push the industry trends towards a structure of a handful of very big firms and a larger number of much smaller niche players. Mid-sized managers, those with $100bn to $500bn of assets under management, and the Gen AI-lagging firms will be pressured to consolidate or simply atrophy. This is where the job destruction occurs.

What asset management faces will be repeated in different ways elsewhere, including the rest of finance and health. It is a phenomenon that firms can only ignore at their peril. It is also one that will pressure those regulators who, having focused too much on banks, are already behind in their understanding and supervision of non-banks.

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