“Where Are All the Lamborghinis?”: Freedom & Choice in Pensions Seminar
Huge changes to the UK Pensions system have occurred this year. Even though months have passed since their launch on so-called ‘Pensions Freedom Day’ there is still a swarm of confusion over what pensioners now can and cannot do with their own money.
To help clear up the wall of information and get through the financial jargon, we are offering a free Pensions Seminar this October: so you can sleep easy knowing your pension is being handled as well as it can be.
What Is the Pension Freedoms Issue?
Now that everybody over 55 has full pension pot access, why hasn’t there been a sudden rise in the number of Lamborghinis on the road? The answer is different for every person or organisation.
Why Trust Us?
We speak the language you understand, and can answer your most pressing concerns about your money.
We’re uniquely qualified to advise people about their financial situations. Advising on over £160m of assets for a combination of private clients, corporate clients, charities and trusts, we work with individuals and organisations with financial baskets of all different shapes and sizes.
In addition, we are highly qualified to offer our analysis and advice, having received our Chartered Financial Planner status from the Chartered Insurance Institute. We work extremely hard to earn this landmark status. It means that we abide by a high ethical standard, reinforcing the highest standards of professional practice in our business dealings.
Book in your free place at the Hanbury Manor Hotel & Country Club, Ware on Wednesday 14th October at 8.30am for coffee, followed by a presentation from 8:45am to 9:30am.
We will explain what is available now, and what options you can pursue when it comes to accessing your pension money in the light of the new regulations.
If you’re interested in looking after your money in the way that’s best for you, secure your place at the seminar by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01992 500261 and speak to Crystal Mack.