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Part III: How to Plan > Planning Assumptions

Chapter 18. Planning Assumptions

A planning assumption is something that you think is true or that you just take for granted. It’s an intuitive feeling you have about what you think is going to happen in the next few weeks, months, or years.

Planning assumptions are based on investigative findings that relate to you and the world you live in. These assumptions can involve anything you think will have an impact on your life, including economic conditions (recessions, growth), anticipated business developments (mergers, expansions), or changes in your social life (marriage, divorce). They are the foundation upon which you develop the goals and objectives of your plan.


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