When was the last time you spoke to a financial adviser?
When was the last time you spoke to a financial adviser? Perhaps the answer to this is never, or a very long time ago. We’re here to give you the information that could help you decide if you’re interested in chatting to one. Advice on your finances can really help you assess where you are in your financial life and whether you want to move, invest or save your funds.
If you have had £500 or more of savings with the Nottingham for 12 months or more or currently have a Nottingham Building Society mortgage you qualify to receive exclusive access to our chosen independent financial advice provider, Wren Sterling. Your initial consultation comes at no fee to our members and you’ll be able to assess whether financial advice is something that would help you in your future financial decisions. As Wren Sterling are independent financial advisers, unlike restricted advisers who can only recommend some products and certain providers that they are affiliated with, they can find you a tailored product from the hundreds that are out there.
What can they help with?
Wren Sterling advisers will help you whatever life stage you are at and decide what your objectives are for your financial future. Whether you require advice about how to get on the property ladder, becoming a regular saver or about starting a family. Perhaps you’re wondering how you can protect your already established family and lifestyle if things were to happen with life or critical illness insurance? They can help if you’re thinking about retirement and pension options or you have already retired and would like advice on your pension. Finally, if you are preparing your estate and would like to think about inheritance tax or care - Wren Sterling advisers can help.
As well as financial advice, qualifying members of The Nottingham also receive cashback on home insurance and prepaid funeral plans as well as fee free advice on mortgages. Find out more about and see the full Ts & Cs for Member Rewards from The Nottingham.
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