‘I’m not a client of Dodd and Co – can I still become a client of Dodd Wealthcare?’ Of course you can!
When you’re young and single with a regular income, probably the last thing on your mind is life assurance or pension advice.
But if you depend on your salary to pay your household bills, rent or mortgage now is a good time to consider how you would cope if you had an accident or were too ill to work. Dodd Wealthcare has the answers.
If you’re a couple and both working with no kids to worry about, you probably feel financially secure and are living life to the full. However, if you’re sharing the costs of a mortgage, the repayments could be a real burden if either of you couldn’t work because of an accident or illness.
At Dodd Wealthcare we know it’s often hard for couples to put something aside for life’s emergencies but having the right protection could be invaluable.
Let’s face it, family life is hectic. The financial burdens of running a home, taking care of children and coping with the pressures of work can all seem overwhelming at times. If you were to die suddenly or became too ill to work the consequences for your family can be devastating.
Don’t worry, Dodd Wealthcare know what to do.
Whatever your long term goals in retirement, planning ahead will help ensure you stay on track to a financially secure future.
As independent financial advisers Dodd Wealthcare can review your pension options, explain the new flexibilities available and help you make the most of your savings and investments.
The countdown (to the general election next year) has clearly started with a range of tax cuts being announced in today’s Autumn Statement. Whilst cuts to inheritance tax (or even its abolition) had been much
Dodd Wealthcare are delighted to announce the appointment of their fifth Independent Financial Adviser (IFA), Dan Gawith who has joined the team at their Rosehill office, Carlisle. Dan had a complete career change during Covid