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The brief

Proactive Planners:
Love to be in control. You may need a little more vision, and a long-term plan that has room in the budget for lifestyle, splurging, having fun, or ‘risk’.

Possible relationship impacts:
Proactive planners are ideal role models for budgeting and saving but may become a little too rigid with tracking spending.

Proactive Planners could benefit from:
Combining finances with a partner may help the Proactive Planner to learn to be more flexible with their finances. Consulting a financial advisor may help them see where their savings could work harder and help them feel more comfortable with being flexible.

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Things you should know:

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