We all have read a study or two that speaks to the stress that financial worry can trigger. It is our experience at Doyle Jacobs Advisory Group, that financial stress comes in two forms... the unplanned and the unexpected. They may sound similar but they are very different.
Everyone has a financial worry. Doyle Jacobs Advisory Group helps you prepare.
Debt is a large source of concern. Yet less than 40% of the population has a financial plan to resolve debt loads. The unplanned or, more accurately, those without a financial plan under regular review increase their concerns, as they wander from paycheck to paycheck without a destination regardless of income level.
The unexpected comes up when your financial plan is too narrow. Emergency funds, health planning, job loss or the need to assist a family member unexpectedly, can stress your longer term needs. While difficult to plan for, there are often solutions. The families that we advise, think of us when they have a financial worry or question to answer – anytime and anywhere. We all know the stress that financial worry can trigger. It is our experience at Doyle Jacobs Advisory Group that financial stress comes in two forms... the unplanned and the unexpected. They may sound similar but they are very different.
The path to worry free finances begins with a strong relationship with an advisory team that anticipates the common, ‘unexpected’ road bumps on your journey to financial freedom. Advice can make a real difference according the Financial Planning Standards Council of Canada and Doyle Jacobs Advisory Group.