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Individual Financial Plan.

There are milestones in every life, and many of these milestones have financial consequences. For this assignment, consider some of the milestones that may come into your life, and do some financial planning for them. You have already done one assignment planning for major financial goals in the first ten years after graduation, so you can incorporate that into your plan. You have also prepared a budget for the first year after graduation and done some retirement planning.

You may incorporate the earlier assignments into your financial plan, but they must be integrated into the report, not “cut and pasted” or included as an addendum or exhibit.

Some milestones you should consider

• Graduation and moving to start your career
• Matrimony, or at least long term cohabitation and shared finances
• Buying a dwelling (House, condo, apartment, yurt, whatever)
• Children (Dogs & cats are cheaper, but, statistically, most of you will probably have children, at some time in your life)

• Upgrading your housing, perhaps buying second home
• Higher education for children
• Caring for aging parents (paybacks are hell)
• The Golden Years

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Estimate your annual salary. When will you get increases? How much? WHY (COLA, promotion, new job)? How much will you set aside for retirement each year, both $$ and %%? What is your assumed investment return rate on your retirement funds? How much will you invest each year (not tax-deferred retirement savings) for medium term goals and at what rate? Calculate and show annual balances on both retirement and non-retirement savings.

Please include other significant events that are not included here. When (make a guess) are they likely to occur? How much will it cost on a one-time or continuing basis? How will that compare to your anticipated income? Will you expect your insurance/medical needs/costs to change? How will your housing/utility costs change? Your vehicle operating costs? How much do the little darlings cost and how does that change as they get older (activities, summer camp, cars, college, weddings).

How much income will you need to live a reasonable life if you have no salary income? How much will you need in your 401 (k) and/or IRA and other investments to fund that? Assume a 5% return on your retirement savings WHILE YOU ARE IN RETIREMENT, in order to calculate the asset base needed to fund your retirement.

Will planning/saving for some of these future events impact your short-term budget?

This assignment is a personal version of a business plan/budget. The plan describes what you think will happen (text), the budget (Excel spreadsheet) maps out the financial consequences. Please give this some serious thought and effort. I expect both a lifetime budget that shows age, salary, take-home pay, savings/investments and retirement savings in $$ amount s and %% of salary and explanations of your assumptions and events. Show annual investment and retirement savings balances. Show the age at which you intend (hope) to stop earning a salary. Your retirement savings should be enough to fund an asset total that will generate your retirement income goal.

Do not get bogged down in monthly detail. I expect to see annual figures. Some students have broken their timeline into periods, ie graduation to marriage, first major promotion to second major promotion, and have made one budget for each period, then put the annual contributions to savings, retirement, investment into the balance for those accounts. If you take this approach, you still need to calculate annual savings balances.

Consider combining your expenses into categories, eg housing and utilities, living expenses, and then making changes in the categories as they occur. Major changes and events should be shown separately, eg children, college, new home or car, major vacation or purchase.

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