The Japanese kanji for crisis (above) comprises two symbols: one representing danger and the other ‘opportunity’. It is a familiar refrain from our busy clients that they never have time to turn their attention to their own finances. We had seen a surge in the number of inquiries from people taking the coronavirus slowdown as an opportunity to strengthen control of their financial affairs or simply tidy them up.
One positive that seemed to have emerged from the coronavirus crisis is a heightened sense of community, with everyone coming together during uncertain times. Whilst in times of recession, we’ve put together a guide containing 12 suggestions which can help sure up your finances. We hope you will personally find this useful, but also send it on to anyone you think it may help.
Private Capital clients will hopefully be further ahead than most in having their finances well set up but if you, family or friends want to look closer at any aspect covered, our advisers would be delighted to assist. As financial planners, we are passionate about helping people organise and improve their lives, so as well as assisting clients, we have undertaken to try to help anyone during the crisis. We are here to listen, advise, introduce others or simply point in the right direction where help can be found.
Several of these areas are one-off improvements that, once arranged, run for life. Now is a great time to get yourself set up for lifelong simplicity, control and excellence in every financial area.
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