RFC230 - Financial Planning Management
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Financial Planning Management
This subject synthesizes the key concepts learned in other Financial Planning courses. Through lectures, case analyses and Financial Planning software, students are provided with the framework required to prepare comprehensive financial plans and to assist clients in making financial decisions. The focus is the application of concepts to real world problem/opportunities. Students learn and use sophisticated financial planning software that is currently used in the industry.
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
1. Analyze and prepare a comprehensive financial plan using
financial planning software.
2. Understand key financial planning concepts and principles.
3. Capture, organize and analyze basic client financial data.
4. Evaluate income and capital needs to achieve life style
5. Apply financial planning concepts and strategies to optimize a
client's financial situation.
6. Create customized output.
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