Wow, so Thursday 21st March 2019, 1st Financial Foundations proudly received this email.
I do hope this email finds you well.
Following on from your nomination acceptance and our in-depth research phase, it is with absolute pride that I can inform you that 1st Financial Foundations has been deemed successful in this year’s Business Excellence Awards, the details are outlined below;
Best Financial Planning Firm 2019 – Buckinghamshire
Award for Excellence in Pension Planning Services – Buckinghamshire
I do hope you are pleased with the outcome, it has been an honour to have supported 1st Financial Foundations on the journey so far!
A healthy person isn’t just one without any physical ailments or diseases. A healthy person is one who is sound not just physically but mentally, emotionally and spiritually. A person’s mental health depends on his or her state of mind.
According to World Health Organisation(WHO), changes in mental state occur in adolescence and the early years of adulthood due to change in schools, jobs, cities, etc. Though this period is exciting for most people, there are others who deal with stress and anxiety during this time. If the depression is not recognised and managed, it can lead to mental illness.
Saving for your retirement is a lifelong undertaking – and if you want to enjoy a comfortable retirement, you can’t start planning soon enough. The more you contribute to a pension now, the better chance you’ll have of that money growing and funding your retirement in later life.
Why do people look to property as part of their retirement plans?
One attraction to investing in bricks and mortar in retirement is being able to see the physical asset, which you can’t in the same way with a pension. The most senior economist in the UK – Andy Haldane from the Bank of England – stated his preference for property investment as the best way to save for retirement, sparking a debate about whether property or pension was the best route 2 years ago.
For many, property investment is one aspect of their savings strategy for retirement and, for those who have already stopped working, an attractive way of supplementing their income.
It is not a new dilemma that many today are not aware or educated on what personal finance is. Some may be aware of it but rarely practice it in their personal or business life. The only way one can benefit from knowing about something is to put it into practice.
Personal finance is an essential part of preparing for the future. Whether you are preparing to give your family a better life or simply preparing for your retirement, it is imperative that you understand what personal finance is and what it can do for you as well as how you can manage or practice it.