Once a year we renew our car insurance and our car’s MOT and we generally know when our house insurance falls due. There are enough finance-related anniversaries in the year that even the financially apathetic should have a reason to … Read More
The vast majority of people who buy an annuity from their existing pension provider would be better off if they shopped around according to in-depth research of the market by the financial watchdog. The Financial Conduct Authority’s recently published its … Read More
So you need some life cover? A reluctant purchase if ever there was one. No one likes to think about this kind of thing but most of us recognise that when we’ve got dependents or a large liability like a … Read More
We are routinely approached by new clients who have, as retirement approaches, decided that now is the time they need some financial advice. The catalyst is usually a letter from their pension provider giving them what appears to be pre-subscribed … Read More
Whether you are on the first step of the career ladder, a homemaker with a couple of kids, whether you are struggling to make ends meet or are financially astute, there are always steps you can take to improve your … Read More
In his first blog for Mindful Money, IFA Peter Chadborn puts himself in the shoes of someone looking for an adviser, and suggests that it is not a good idea to take financial advice from a bloke down the pub. … Read More
Peter Chadborn is an IFA, founder and principal of Plan Money. The firm which was founded in 2002, prides itself on its modern approach to financial planning and its ability to adapt to clients' changing financial planning requirements. The firm is based just outside Colchester, though it has clients around the country.
Peter is an advocate of advising based upon a product's features and benefits and not simply on cost, though it remains an important consideration. Plan Money’s clients typically require an on-going relationship as opposed to a transactional service. He believes that people on many levels of income and different stages of life can benefit from receiving independent financial advice. Peter is a frequent commentator in the national and trade media and the firm has won several awards.
You can follow him on Twitter https://twitter.com/PeteChadborn
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