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A recent survey showed that 97.3% of our clients would recommend us to their friends and family, while 96% said working with us had helped them to achieve their goals.
We specialise in working with three groups:
• People planning for their retirement:
Whether you are in your 20s, 30s, 40s or 50s, we will help you to plan to retire on your terms; at a time of your choosing with the income you need
• People retiring now:
If the time has come to finish work, we will help you understand what retirement means for you and then recommend the most appropriate way to draw an income from your pensions, savings and investments
• Higher earners:
People earning over £100,000 each year face a unique set of challenges when planning their retirement. We can help you avoid the pitfalls while taking advantage of the many opportunities.
• Final Salary & Defined Benefit pension specialists:
We hold the Pension Transfer Gold Standard (Personal Finance Society).
We therefore have a specialism in working with people who are members of Final Salary and Defined Benefit pensions.
We are Independent Financial Advisers.
Chartered - “The gold standard of financial advice”:
We are proud to be Chartered Financial Planners. This demonstrates our commitment to higher professional standards and means we are bound by a code of ethics.
Based in the heart of Leicestershire we are within easy reach of Leicester, Loughborough, Melton Mowbray and Nottingham.
Now in our 40th year, we put that experience to great use when advising our clients. There isn’t much we haven’t seen before!
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