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Reach peak financial health

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How financially fit are you?

Our free Financial Health Check is like a personal trainer for your money.

We'll give you a full review and provide advice to help you get financially fit, now and in the future.

In less than 60 seconds

With a Reeves Financial Health Check...

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We’ll help you set realistic financial goals and develop a plan to achieve them.

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We’ll support you to improve your budgeting and cash flow.

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We’ll help you identify potential savings that can be used later in life.

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We’ll discuss potential investment opportunities to maximise your savings potential.

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We’ll ensure you have relevant insurances in place so you are never left in hot water. 

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Do you want to retire early?

Many financial experts suggest using the "10% rule of thumb" when planning for retirement.


This means that if you start saving for retirement in your 20s, you should aim to save 10% of your annual income towards your pension. This percentage increases as you get older, with a suggested 15% if you start saving in your 30s, and so on.

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Don't just take our word for it... 

Important information

Pensions are a long term commitment, you may not be able to access your pension funds until the age of 55 (currently), investments can go down as well as up and you might not get back your initial capital. Pension and tax legislation does and can change in the future which could impact your pension.

The value of your investment and any income from it could fall or rise, and you may not get back the full amount you invest.

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results. We always recommend you talk to a qualified financial adviser before making any investment decisions.  

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