We all want to take control of our finances, but sometimes we don't know where to start. See your numbers in action contains a suite of tools that will help you to get a better picture of your personal finances, your goals, and what it will take to achieve them. Once you've completed the 3 stages below you will be better placed to make the right financial planning decisions.
These tools are provided only as a general guide. They've been designed to help you understand the essential things you need to know before you discuss specific investment options. Our advice is to play around with the tools and write down any questions you have, or anything you don't understand. Then, when you are ready, contact an AIA Financial Services Consultant. He or she will take you through the financial planning process step by step.
The information presented is for your information only and does not have regard to the specific investment objectives, financial situation and particular needs of any persons.
These financial tools are designed for assisting in financial planning and are for general reference only. The information and analysis provided by these tools are based on various assumptions, which are subject to change at any time without notice.
Investing involves risk and the value of investments may fall or rise. Please read the corresponding investment information carefully before making any investment decision. No AIA entity, employee or agent gives any representation or warranty as to the accuracy or usefulness of any information provided by these tools, nor do they accept any liability for any loss arising from any use of or reliance upon these tools.
Nothing generated by the calculator(s) constitutes professional advice. You are advised to seek financial advice tailored to your own specific objectives, financial situation and particular needs before making any decisions regarding your retirement planning or your investments. Should you have any questions regarding planning for your retirement or the management of your investments, please consult your AIA Financial Services Consultant.
The information presented is correct as at August 2010.