Why You Need A Personal Financial Advisor

Financial health is like physical health and fitness; it’s well within our power to maintain it and improve it but we often take things for granted. The symptoms for poor health are there but we oftentimes ignore it. Before we know it, it’s already too late.

I’ve met with many clients who would like to save but give a lot of reasons why they can’t, or won’t; too many expenses at the moment, the goal being too far off in the future, or they simply cannot be bothered. Some admit that they need to be forced to save, even if they have the resources.

If you have a fitness goal that you cannot reach yourself, you usually turn to a personal trainer for guidance. If you want to start eating healthy but you don’t know how to go about it, you turn to a nutritionist or a dietitian. But who do you turn to if you don’t know how to turn your financial health around.

Luckily nowadays, everything is online and you can get your hand on the information you need anytime, at your own time. But seriously, the wealth of information that can be found online is its own drawback. Who has the time to go through all that information, break it down, narrow it down even further and then make an informed choice? Surely, not everyone has got that much time on their hands.

In our fast-paced 24/7 world, everybody can use a little bit of help. If personal trainers have evolved into something that anyone with little time and some extra money can pay for, then why not personal financial advising? A personal financial advisor is someone who can help you make informed financial choices to keep your financial house in order and build your wealth.

The good thing is, nowadays, unlike before when personal financial advice is something only the wealthy can afford, you can have your own personal financial advisor at no extra cost. Get professional financial advice without having to pay extra. Interested? Contact me at ManilaFinanceGuy@gmail.com and let’s get started.


About Benedict Bernabe

Benedict Bernabe, 27. Benedict has a Master's degree in Development Studies from the University of Melbourne, Australia and a Bachelor of Arts degree in European Languages, cum laude, from the University of the Philippines Diliman. He has worked with the United Nations in the Philippines as the Community Facilitator of the Community of Practice on HIV&AIDS. He worked with Standard & Poor's Capital IQ, a financial information company, as researcher, translator and quality analyst in the investment research team. Prior to this, we worked at IBM Business Services. Benedict is a certified yoga teacher.

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