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Pension Planning

There has never been a more important time to make sure that you have sufficient provision for your retirement. The unsure future of the state scheme, confusion over SERPS / S2P and recent speculation that we all need to work into our seventies in order to survive our twilight years are just some of the worrying aspects that many of us face today.

The pensions crisis is very much trumpeted in the press but like most things, it's only a crisis for those who don't do anything about it!

Our advisers have a long history in advising on retirement planning, from individuals looking to start a plan for the first time, for those unsure how much they should be saving along the way, right up to advising people about their maturity options at retirement.

We can help you target the amount of income you need to be comfortable in retirement and review your policy with you each step of the way. Whether looking at traditional pension products or alternative routes of saving for retirement, we are able and happy to help.

Contact us now to arrange a no cost, no obligation confidential meeting to discuss your pension funding requirements.

You may be pleasantly surprised to find out just how accessible the right advice for you is.

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