Financial Services

Our team of seasoned Independent Financial Advisers (IFAs) are dedicated to providing private individuals and businesses with unbiased financial advice, strategies and wealth management, whether you are looking forward to retirement or to long-term growth.

What We Offer

Our highly experienced team will look at your individual circumstances and provide tailored advice. This advice is personal to you taking into account your unique financial needs and goals for the future - a bespoke service with invaluable ongoing support.

As Independent Financial Advisers we are the only type of adviser that can select from all the products available in the market.

Our Approach

Our Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) regulated team is founded on long standing relationships dedicated to helping both private individuals and businesses in the UK and internationally take control of their financial future.

We specialise in providing help and full range of advice including: wealth management, saving and investing, retirement and long term care planning, insurance services, tax planning, and personal pensions.

But, we believe advice is only part of the planning picture, management is another. If you need it, we will provide ongoing support to help you keep on top of important dates, events and changing circumstances.

As Financial Advisers we are totally independent and do work with a number of providers to maximise the best options for our clients. Canada Life are one such firm and this video shows just how important planning can be and how the services of a good financial adviser really do make your money work for you. Check this out

A Free Initial Appointment

Pearson Solicitors and Financial Advisers offer a free initial meeting where you can discuss your options with an experienced financial adviser.

For further information or advice, please contact Richard Eastwood using the details above.

Latest News

Capital and Income Losses Mean Different Things for Tax

When an investment is made in a capital asset that subsequently becomes valueless, the loss can normally be used to reduce future liabilities to Capital Gains Tax when a capital asset is sold at a profit. There are also rules which permit trading expenses...

Don't Be Caught in a Pension Scam

Scams of all shapes and sizes are becoming depressingly frequent and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has warned against the rising tide of pensions scams that leave people facing years of misery in retirement as a result of passing their pension funds...

Grand Design Couple Triumph in Capital Gains Tax Test Case

Those who make a profit on the sale of their principal private residence do not have to pay Capital Gains Tax (CGT) on it. However, as a test case concerning a couple who built their own home showed, that apparently simple statement disguises a hinterland of...

Time to Review Your Discretionary Trust?

When the Finance Act 2006 came into force, it introduced a ten-year charge on discretionary trusts containing 'relevant property'. Most discretionary trusts that were started after 21 March 2006, other than those covered by specific exemptions, will carry...

Pension Pot Holders Fail to Take Advice

If you are approaching pension age, unless you are one of the increasingly few with a salary-related pension scheme, you would be wise to take professional advice before you take any irrevocable action. The decisions taken at certain points in managing your...