Here we are! It’s the 29th of March 2019. The date etched in the calendar for the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union.
The journey has been nothing less than emotional for us all, and the consequences (good and bad...and there are both) are likely to take time to reveal themselves as the kaleidoscope of change occurs. Will we ever reconcile the outcome of the last two years with our representatives in Westminster?
What we do know is that people's financial needs are unlikely to change. They will still need to save, to work to create wealth, to protect what they love, to retire, to pass wealth on to younger generations, to buy homes, to downsize, to make Wills, to pay education costs and think about long term care, to name just a few of the money issues that are normally addressed as we all move through life stages. The only real certainty is that financial planning will still be needed, irrespective of what the future holds.
Will the changes make a difference to your future money planning? For some yes, for others no, but the need to plan will not change. It might even be advanced.
Getting your financial planning ready in good time remains vital to many, and the team is ready to help.