Financial Position

We are all aware that preparation for the future is essential to achieving present objectives and aspirations as well as overcoming present and future financial challenges.

PHG Finance's lifetime cashflow modelling gives you the ability to pause, take stock, and assess your present financial situation while assisting you in determining what matters most in the short, medium, and long terms.

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Our Expertise

We think that the kind of life you want to live is more important than just your financial future.

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Cashflow Modelling

A detailed financial prediction is available to you through lifetime cashflow modelling.

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Financial Planners

Your expected financial situation is explained to you by our financial planners.

Cashflow Features

It's about bringing your money to life through the interactive and graphical aspect of modelling, which is more than simply numbers on a spreadsheet.

Financial goals

During cashflow we consider your financial goals.

Retirement planning

During cashflow we consider your retirement planning.

Provision of care

During cashflow we consider your provision of care.

Service Benefits

What is the source of cash flow?

The correlation between money entering and leaving your business is known as cash flow. You need to increase revenue and control spending to produce a cash flow. The phrase "create cash flow" is frequently used to allude to a business's attempts to bring in revenue, even when doing so at a loss.

How can you establish a consistent cash flow?

Offering incentives for early settlements, leasing rather than purchasing, increasing inventory, checking credit facilities, and employing high-interest retirement savings are all ways for a firm to enhance cash flow.

What level of cash flow do I require to retire?

Some schemes require having particular larger amounts of your annual earnings that rise with age, or 10 to 12 times your wage from your last working year. Take into account your goals, anticipated annual raises, retirement date, yearly income, inflation, the success of your investment portfolio, and possible medical costs.