Plan For Your Retirement

You can expect a longer and more active retirement than ever but will you have the income needed to sustain a comfortable standard of living once your working life has finished? 

Retirement should be a time to reward yourself and your family for many years of hard work. Whether you are making steps towards retirement or have already retired, your Pearson Solicitors and Financial Advisers financial planner can guide you towards an effective solution for your particular needs.

On your approval and through a collaborative process, a comprehensive financial plan will be implemented. This plan will take into consideration your current financial and personal needs and work towards delivering your retirement objectives

By putting in place a suitable retirement plan you increase the likelihood of living a financially secure retirement and maximising the returns on your investments as well as your eligibility for any social security entitlements.

Effective retirement planning also helps you take advantage of taxation benefits specifically established for retirees.

Our experienced team will help you take advantage of a range of options. Contact us today to book a free initial appointment.

Watch our short video on Retirement Planning:

We’ve found that both our ageing clients, as well as their adult children, approach us for advice, support and guidance.  Many people worry about getting older and how they will manage and fund their care.  Our expertise in this area can provide peace of mind and answer some of the following:

  • How to fund care
  • How to ensure care needs can be met for life
  • How to preserve assets for the benefit of family and dependants

Our highly experienced team will look at your individual circumstances and provide a bespoke advice package for you.  Call now on 0161 785 3500 for a FREE initial appointment and enjoy our useful video below which provides some initial help and advice.

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