You may be a successful professional or business executive. Or perhaps, you have your own growing and vibrant business. Maybe, you’re independently wealthy. Most people would say you set high standards for yourself and are doing pretty well.
But when it comes to personal finance, you’re justifiably confused. There’s no shortage of information available on the subject – on the contrary, the amount is overwhelming. It’s just an endless stream of “noise” that sometimes seems, and often is, confusing and contradictory. Unlike in areas you know well, there do not seem to be any frameworks or generally accepted principles to help you integrate this information to make consistent, well formulated decisions.
While you know you could resolve this frustration by upgrading your personal finance skills and knowledge, you’re also smart enough to realise it just doesn’t make sense to divert your energies from what you are good at, or enjoy, to become an amateur personal financial planner. But where can you find guidance through the personal finance maze and a framework to help you make confident choices about your financial future.