Protection planning

Have you taken steps to avoid financial hardship?

Taking out a mortgage is the biggest financial commitment many of us will ever make, and having a financial plan in place will help protect your home in the event that you can’t work due to illness or ill health, or even your premature death. Read more

Defining your investment goals

Deciding what you want to do or achieve in a certain time frame

From the old adage of saving for a rainy day to planning for a comfortable retirement, before you can actually define your investing goals you need to ask yourself what you want to achieve. While deciding on the best fund, tax regime, pension or investment is a necessary part of the financial planning process, it’s crucial to understand what these mean to you – and your lifestyle makes it more relevant and real. Read more

Preparing for the unexpected

Are you and your family fully protected?

Protecting your family should underpin financial planning, and it can also be a key business tool or estate planning mechanism. But, despite this, one in five (21%) people admit their household would not be financially secure for any length of time if it lost its main income through unexpected circumstances. Read more