With Easter ticked off and the clocks have moved forward, May gives us a tantalising taste of what the hot and glorious summer beyond it has in store.
As we stride into Q2, we are well underway with our quarterly wealth protection campaign here at Reeves Independent.
With this in mind, we will be focusing on insights and tips surrounding wealth protection.
Allow us to introduce our three insightful articles featured in this month’s edition of Insight.
First up, we have a thoughtful article looking at insurance options if you are under 40.
Furthermore, we have a reflective article looking at what happens – and indeed the insurance you must have in place – to protect your wealth should the worst strike. Lastly – but surely most importantly – we look at why wealth protection should be one of your top priorities.
I think we can all agree it has been an action-packed start to the year, but as well delve deeper into Q2 and the summer months, let’s hope for brighter days.
As always, I wish you all a very prosperous month.
With Best Wishes,
In life, nothing is certain apart from death and taxes. A famous man once said that and maybe he was onto something.
There are many insurance options. It can be difficult to know which one is right for you. But Reeves Independent are here to help you decipher which is best for you and your family. Here are four options you may wish to consider.
Life is full of many surprises; some good, some bad. We never truly know what is around the corner.
When faced with such a crisis, it is crucial not to lose sight of financial issues as neglecting them will only lead to further problems down the road.
At Reeves Independent, we always empathise that any material change in circumstance should prompt a close look at your financial plans.
There are certain things in life that just doesn’t bare thinking about. We try to push it to the back of our minds and forget about it. But, more often than not, pushing away problems doesn’t mean they go away. Thinking about death and leaving behind loved ones is a painful thought.
Follow our useful guide which outlines everything you need to know in order to prepare you if the worst were to happen.
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.