MG Financial Planning (MGFP) was established in 2009 as the financial service arm of Magee Gammon Chartered Accountants to complement their already reputable and successful accountancy practice, with the aim of providing a complete "one stop service" for individuals and businesses. As we are completely independent, our clients enjoy financial advice that is free from bias.
Unlike many other financial services companies, we are not 'tied' to promoting products from only one or a range of companies. This leaves us free to provide both the best possible advice and the very best solutions to our clients.
Our Advisers are all highly technical, personable and renowned for giving quality advice. They take their time to really get to know clients to ensure they have a clear understanding of their requirements and to provide them with sound advice that fits with exactly what they are looking for. This advice is then reviewed frequently, along with the clients' needs to make sure everything remains on track for the future.
Our no nonsense, honest approach to what we try to achieve is recognised and well respected by many of our clients. We look forward to hearing from you.
We would like to think we stand out from the crowd - we are not just your everyday Independent Financial Advisers.
We take a genuine pride in what we do; we are not here to 'sell' you a product. Our focus is to provide you with sound, ethical advice that you can rely on to fully meet your requirements. We then meet with you regularly to ensure everything is on track, offering guidance and support along the way. Our Independent Financial Advisers and Chartered Accountants can work closely together, to give you all the assistance you need for the future.
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