What you will learn?
This webinar will cover everything you need to know so that you can make confident financial decisions when it comes to your money, no matter what you decide to do with it.
What type of pension you need whether you’re self-employed or a PAYE worker
How much you should be contributing to your pension & the danger of overfunding
Understand how to maximise your pension benefits & make the most of the tax advantages available.
How to grow your income by investing depending on your risk appetite
Here’s what we’ll be covering:
This webinar will cover everything you need to know so that you can make confident financial decisions when it comes
to your money, no matter what you decide to do with it.
Walk through the most common misconceptions about pensions and investments,
How much is enough? Could I really retire early? I can’t afford a pension
Good pension vs bad pension
What type of pension do you need
Let’s talk about tax relief, tax-free growth and how contributions really work
Fees and charges can eat into your pension pot, we’ll show you how and advise you what % of each you should be paying to maximise your pension
Old workplace pensions
When you leave your employer, don’t leave your pension behind
There are MILLIONS sitting in old pensions gathering dust, find out how to find that old pension and make it work harder
Investing vs Pensions
For some a pension may not be the right investment vehicle for their current situation, here we’ll talk through when investing could be a better option for you.
The world of investing can be daunting but we’ll give you all the basics that you need to know so that you can make that extra cash you have work that bit better
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