Traditional financial planning focuses on the “above-the-line” possible growth of your money at the expense of ignoring the financial decisions which are subtracting from your wealth building potential. These subtractions have a compounding negative impact.
It is as if your money can potentially grow “above-the-line” with the amount which is being taken away also growing each year. This is one reason it seems to be so hard to get-ahead financially and detracts from your ability to build wealth over a lifetime.
Many people could potentially give money over time — unwillingly and unknowingly.
A macro-economic approach helps you discover:
- How this subtraction occurs.
- How to organize your finances for efficiency.
- How to test your financial decisions to determine if they are going to help or hurt you.
- How to put you in a more flexible position to potentially gain more control.
This approach also allows you to see how financial decisions can affect your financial well-being over time.