Thomson Hayton Winkley have been running a series of Pensions Seminars for all the employees who work at Thomson Hayton Winkley Group which includes Solicitors, Estate Agents, Financial Services and The Rural Law Practice.
The seminars were delivered by David Winnard, an Independent Financial Adviser, at Thomson Hayton Winkley Financial Services Ltd.
The briefings have taken place in Kendal, Windermere and J36 to update all staff about recent rule changes to pensions and what they could expect when they reach retirement age.
“Hopefully we will all, at some stage, be in a position to retire and this was a good opportunity for us to inform colleagues of the many benefits of having a workplace pension plan. The seminar included the options which are available at retirement, how the state and other pensions and savings can also assist in planning for a comfortable retirement.”
“We offer a comprehensive independent financial advice service at THW Financial Services Ltd and it seemed right to share some of that knowledge with our staff members to help them to feel more informed about saving for retirement and how they can go about it or plug any gaps as retirement nears.
The seminars provided a good opportunity to raise the profile of the Financial Services team so that colleagues in other parts of the business can feel confident that if they do introduce a client to us, that they will receive a first class professional and trusted advice service.”
Simon Theobald Director of Thomson Hayton Winkley and head of the private client department added:
“We felt this was an informative seminar to have and to remind all our members of staff of the options they have for retirement planning. It’s been well received by the staff and I hope has given clarity to what can sometime seem a complex issue that people don’t always think about.”
Thomson Hayton Winkley Financial Services offer independent financial advice on wealth management, retirement planning, investment planning and tax planning as well as financial planning after separation.
Published 5 February 2020
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