If you have complex needs, our experts can create a full financial plan that covers all of your goals and requirements. All of the advice we give will be tailored to your individual circumstances and priorities, from achieving your retirement goals to managing an Inheritance Tax bill, while taking into account your complete financial situation.

A comprehensive financial plan

Our financial planners will look at every aspect of your finances to understand how advice in one area may affect or depend on others. Your financial plan may cover:


Your tax situation

We believe that a penny saved in tax is a penny that can be used towards achieving your goals. This is why your financial plan will be tailored to your personal tax situation. Your financial planner will work with you to ensure that you are making the most of the available tax allowances and will structure your finances as tax-efficiently as possible.

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Forecasting your finances

When creating your financial plan we may use cashflow modelling to forecast your future finances. This involves taking details of your current income and expenditure, along with your plans for the future, to see if you will have enough money. It can also help to answer other questions such as:

  • Will I leave behind an Inheritance Tax bill?
  • Can I bring forward my retirement?
  • Will my family be financially secure if I become ill or die?
  • Can I afford to spend or give away more money?

Your investments

Investments may form an important part of your financial plan. Our investment experts can manage your investments for you or give you advice on all your investment decisions.

With a financial planner and investment specialist working together on your finances, you get a much better outcome.

Our financial planners and investment experts can work together to ensure your investment portfolio continues to reflect your wider financial goals. With two specialists working together on your finances, you get a much better outcome – those advisers who try to do the two jobs simultaneously can end up compromising in both.

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Reviewing your progress

As your priorities and circumstances change over time, your financial plan should too. You can meet your financial planner for a formal review every year, but you should also review your plan whenever there is a big change in your life, for example:

  • You get married or divorced
  • A child is born or adopted
  • You start or sell a business
  • You or a family member becomes ill or dies
  • You change jobs or retire

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