Planning a better financial future

A lot of people are well underway with 2015 health and lifestyle kicks – with improved diets and extra exercise the resolutions/aims of many.

Planning a better financial future is a priority for many too (according to a YouGov survey for 2014 the next highest New Year resolution figure after fitness, health and diet was ‘saving more money’ with 30% of interviewees selecting it) and that’s where the country’s ninth biggest building society, The Nottingham, can lend a hand.

Through expert, independent Towergate Financial advisers available in branches, customers can take part in a straightforward ‘financial health check’ (a similar service is also available online).

Everyone’s circumstances are different so to help people secure the best life possible for themselves and their families there are a wide range of services on offer from retirement planning to investments and Inheritance Tax planning* to protecting against ‘what ifs’.

Phil Binch, Revenue Product Manager at The Nottingham, says: “Every year the statistics show that looking to improve finances is one of the most common resolutions people make.

“But resolutions are not always so easy to keep. The subject of financial planning can often be an anxious one and therefore brushed under the carpet and that’s why we help take the stress and complications out of it in the form of expert advisers, who take the customer through things step by step.

“It’s important for people to make their money work as well as it can now and in the future.

“The initial financial health check is free of charge – in many cases people are very positively surprised about the benefits of long term financial planning.”

For more information about the financial planning services on offer, or to take a ‘financial health check’, people can speak to an adviser in branch (selected locations only) or call 0344 481 1226. financial future

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