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19 June 2019The Summer edition of our quarterly in-house newsletter, Financial Focus is now available to view and download.
In this issue, find out more about:
How much is enough for pension contributions
If it looks too good to be true...
Pensions and divorce - not just about the split
Balancing the school fees equation
New headaches for landlords
To view and download your free copy of Financial Focus, click here.
05 June 2019For nearly twenty years one Northumberland financial advice company has been entrusted with the money matters of three generations from the same family.
Duncan Scott and seven members of his immediate family have all used the services of Explore Wealth Management to handle their finances from investments, pensions, savings and even a property sale.
Duncan, aged 56, is a semi-retired business consultant, who has worked in the banking and financial sector for over thirty years. He used to live in Whitley Bay before moving to the Midlands to further his career.
But Duncan has always stayed loyal to his North East roots by continuing to holiday in the region and keeping his connection with Explore Wealth Management.
“We all have a trusting relationshi... (Read More)
09 May 2019Making pension and retirement plans can be two of the most important decisions people have to make in their lifetime, which is why turning to a professional for expert advice can alleviate that pressure.
One person to do just that is 59 year old, health and safety consultant, Kevin Wood of Swarland near Morpeth. Kevin is married to Vivienne. He has a son Darren, a stepdaughter, Sophie and a granddaughter, Martha.
Kevin sought financial advice from family-run Explore Wealth Management – who were able to help map out his future plans. Kevin is currently semi-retired and works 3 days a week for a local construction firm.
Kevin said: “It has always been my long-term goal to retire at some point in my sixties after enjoying a successful professional caree... (Read More)
25 January 2019A former North East pharmacist tells of how early retirement and receiving the right financial advice has dramatically improved his health, wellbeing and family life.
For over twenty-four years, Adam Olsen worked at a community-based pharmacy in Ashington, where he enjoyed being on first name terms with his customers and was entrusted with their pharmaceutical needs. His role before retirement was pharmacist manager but the rigors and pressures of running a modern-day pharmacy took their toll, which helped to make Adam’s mind up before his retirement in January last year.
“I have absolutely no regrets about retiring when I did. At the end of the day it was the best decision to make on behalf of myself and my family as my health and happiness ultimately has... (Read More)