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At 1825 we have one goal: to help our clients live the life they choose. We believe that a professional financial plan has the power to do that. By working with us now, you’ll create more choices and opportunities to make a tangible difference to your quality of life in the future.
We take the time to understand what you want from life, then we’ll be with you through it all – protecting you from the unexpected and helping you make the most of everything that comes your way.
Everyone in 1825 is committed to working the way you want, providing a high quality service to help you with your decisions. We can advise you on all your existing investments, or help you find new solutions using our expertly-managed panels, from a range of providers. Whether you’re planning for longer-term goals, or need help with a specific issue such as transferring a pension, we’re there to give you the support you need.
Many of our team have achieved chartered status – the most advanced financial planning qualification available. Our people are professional, qualified and straightforward, but most of all, they are truly passionate about doing the right thing for you.
1825 offers a full financial planning service, including specialist advice on tax planning, trusts, Wills and Power of Attorney.
When advising on new products or investments, we work with a carefully selected range of solutions. This enables us to use our scale to negotiate better rates for clients. As we do not undertake whole of market research in all product areas, our service is defined as Restricted, not Independent.
Rest assured - we will only recommend a product or investment option if we believe it is suitable for you and the advice we give you will always be impartial.
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