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Case Study

How financial planning plays a vital role in wealth creation

Financial planning can play a vital role in helping individuals and families achieve their financial goals, and this case study offers a perfect illustration of the ways in which a comprehensive financial plan can be created to achieve a client’s financial goals.

The before…

The clients, a couple, Partner 1 and Partner 2, both professionals, approached a financial planner I work closely with, with the aim of building a passive income stream and expanding their property portfolio. They wanted to ensure that if one or both could not work, they would not have to sell their properties to fund mortgage payments or lifestyle expenses.

The couple was relatively young, with Partner 1 being 29 years old and Partner 2 being 32 years old. Partner 1 earned an annual income of $108,140, while Partner 2 earned $167,860.83 annually. They had living expenses of $48,000 per annum.

The assets…

In terms of assets, Partner 1 owned a motor vehicle worth $10,000, had current savings of $110,000, $1,000 in Crypto, and an investment property worth $577,000. Partner 2 owned a motor vehicle worth $18,000, had current savings of $62,000, $14,000 in Crypto, household contents worth $2,500, and a primary residence worth $470,000. They jointly owned household contents worth $30,000 and an investment property worth $550,000.

The liabilities…

The clients’ liabilities included an investment property mortgage of $415,000 for Partner 1, a credit card debt of $1,000 for Partner 1, a primary residence mortgage of $385,266 for Partner 2, an additional loan of $3,682 for Partner 2, and a joint investment property mortgage of $494,517.

Partner 1 had a superannuation balance of $93,503.63, while Partner 2 had a balance of $97,003.13. The clients’ identified goals were to diversify their current property portfolio, protect their wealth beyond the event of being unable to work, review superannuation to grow more wealth, reduce costs, and set up for future strategies, such as having more property in their Super.

Plan of action…

The financial planner advised that the clients needed protection of human capital, spouse, and wealth. They determined the amount of insurance needed by each client and tailored it to their needs, which included setting up life insurance, Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) protection, and trauma protection.

The financial planner also set up Income Protection for both clients. In the event that either partner could not work due to illness or injury, they would receive 70% of their income. This measure provided them with peace of mind knowing they could still maintain their living standards.

In addition to the insurance, the financial planner also reviewed the clients’ superannuation and helped them with Superannuation Nominations set up. They increased Partner 1’s super balance by $471,000 and Partner 2’s super balance by $764,000. This would go a long way in helping them achieve their financial goals and set them up for future wealth creation.

Partner 1

Partner 2

The financial planner also set up an investment account with a $5,000 starting balance and a contribution of $24,000 per annum in a diversified fund for the clients. The contributions to the investment account would increase their investment balance by $740,000, excluding property, in 26 years’ time.

Notably, the contributions to the investment account would not affect their ability to borrow for more properties as desired. The investment account would help them to structure their cash flow effectively by understanding their spending patterns and ensuring that they are put to good use.

Investment Account Projections

The after…

Apart from the tangible financial benefits this approach had for this couple, the intangible benefits were considerable too. 

The clients’ financial satisfaction (and confidence) increased as they learned about alternative and diversified investment opportunities.

Their peace of mind knowing that if the unfortunate were to happen to their health, they could still maintain their living standards (this is priceless in my opinion!)

A new cash flow structure has given them ways to expand their lifestyle, understanding what they spend and how they can put their earnings to better use.

Having a financial team around them is like hiring the best trainer in the gym – someone who knows what they’re doing and walks their talk. This couple now has a complete financial team on their side – knowing who does what, and having their best interests at heart.

(Other professionals we can refer clients to as needed include accountant, commercial and estate lawyers and more).

Couple are now on the same page with investment and cash flow allocation.