Opportunity for predictive planning to create estate plans
Where the existing estate planning tools used by Financial Planners provide outputs for a client to review what could happen to their estate if they died today, data scientists within Learnvest were able to create an algorithm to predict what could happen if they died any time in the future.
By layering on the prediction of what year they’re likely to die, the estate plan can become more of a realistic outlook of how much the client’s beneficiaries can receive.
Current tool used by Financial Planners:
Output of the tool consisted of a flow chart and tables of data:
Created by data scientists to validate the algorithm and calculations, the data provided was used to inform what functionality and outputs were available.
I separated the sections on different pages within the final design to prevent from overwhelming the user, as well as to create a step by step process for the Financial Planner to go through.
Created a prototype to share with Advanced Financial Planners to observe and gather feedback on the design
Final Wireframes (after many iterations)
Landing page for returning users will have previous scenarios saved for quicker access:
Inputs for the distribution strategy with collapsible sections when they are irrelevant to the client:
Main output of the calculations is the summary of the client’s total estate. More details can be shown in a full screen modal:
Quick navigation at the top allows users to click between other scenarios, as well as the ability to compare the scenarios: