Planning for your retirement is possibly the most important financial decision you will ever make.
With life expectancy increasing year on year, we are now seeing the potential to spend almost as many years enjoying retirement as we have spent saving for it.
Planning for it correctly will provide you with the standard of living you wish after you stop work. Simpson Bowers Wealth Management will work with you to consider all the options based on your needs and risk appetite.
A pension is a long-term investment. The fund value may fluctuate and can go down, which could have an impact on the level of pension benefits available.
Your pension could be affected by interest rates at the time you take your benefits. The tax implications of pension withdrawals will be based on your individual circumstances, tax legislation and regulation, which are subject to change in the future.
Simpson Bowers Wealth Management can help you make informed decisions about the investment choices that are right for you by assessing your life priorities, goals and attitude towards risk for return.
Planning for your retirement is possibly the most important financial decision you will ever make. With life expectancy increasing year on year, we are now seeing the potential to spend almost as many years enjoying retirement as we have spent saving for it.
Simpson Bowers Wealth Management are committed to finding you the right mortgage that suits your individual requirements and circumstances. As your mortgage will be one of the biggest financial commitments you will ever make,
At Simpson Bowers Wealth Management, we don’t believe anyone should struggle to find comprehensive life assurance. If you have suffered with a serious illness or medical condition in the past,
Every circumstance needs to be considered when you receive advice on insurance. It is not enough to find the latest site offering the ‘cheapest life cover’ quotes, as your own circumstances would not be considered – you will only be given what you ask for.
A form of equity release, a lifetime mortgage allows homeowners to take a loan out on their home that is only repaid when they pass away or move to a care home, although interest payments can be made to reduce any debt.