Financial planning, a guide to how it can change your work-life balance
Retirement planning can wait until the later years, right? Wrong. You might miss great opportunities to change your life if you do.
Very few people on their death beds wished they had spent more time at work which is where the newly launched ‘BVA guide to planning your last 10 years in practice’ can help vets. It advises on making the right financial and professional decisions to ensure the work-life balance that best suits them and avoids burnout.
The guide emphasises the importance of financial planning for retirement from a young age which makes this a useful resource for vets at any and every stage of their careers as well as those approaching retirement. With options for changing role or career path within the profession, even in the run up to retirement, vets will find a wealth of ideas for action and help for planning a clear route through the maze of financial decisions they come across.