Whether you are at the start of your career or coming to the end, Myers Asset Management Ltd can help you start planning for your retirement.
Saving for retirement can be done through a workplace pension or a personal pension. However, there are other ways to save including ISA’s, other types of investment and even through property.
At Myers & Co Solicitors in Stoke on Trent, our wealth management team can advise you on:
- the advantages of saving into a pension;
- options for when and how you retire;
- how to manage your pension pot; and
- tax planning for the future.
Our advice will be tailored dependent upon various factors such as your age, health, objective, and size of pension pot. Our wealth management specialist will also ensure you get all the information to help you make the right choices for your individual circumstances.
For a bespoke tailored approach to managing your retirement planning and wealth protection contact Peter Jarvis at Myers Asset Management on 01782 557233 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Myers Asset Management is an appointed representative of PHM Wealth Management Services LLP which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. PHM Wealth Management Services in entered in the FCA Register under number 579336 which can be found at www.register.fca.org.uk.
PHM Wealth Management and Myers Asset Management are registered in England and Wales. Their respective registration numbers are OC372382 and 04345900. Both have the registered office address of Charlotte House, 536 Etruria Road, Basford, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire ST5 0SX.
Please note that the information contained within this site is subject to the UK regulatory regime and is only aimed at clients based in the UK.
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