Expert financial advice with Skipton Building Society
Plan to walk down a stronger financial path
As with many things in life, a good solid plan could play a key part in achieving your future goals – especially on the financial side of things.
You no doubt want to feel confident about your financial objectives – whether that’s saving for retirement, putting money aside for loved ones or trying to grow your wealth. It could even be as simple as protecting the money you already have.
Being in control of your finances could set you on a clearer path. Most importantly, it could bring you peace of mind. Which is why it could pay to plan.
Radio Times is pleased to be working with Skipton Building Society. They’ve over 30 years’ experience in helping people make stronger financial plans. And they would like to help you too.
What’s important to you?
One of Skipton’s financial advisers will take time to find out what matters to you. What long-term goals you have in mind. They’ll review your current circumstances – including any existing financial plans you might have. Following on from this they’ll discuss if there are any steps you could take to create a stronger financial setup.
Could you take your wealth even further?
Your financial goals are personal to you. Which is why it’s important to have a financial plan that’s equally personal. A Skipton adviser could support you with investment, retirement and inheritance tax planning. With advice that’s tailored to your needs, you’ll be able to make informed decisions about your future financial plans.
You don’t need to worry about upfront fees
A Skipton adviser will clearly explain any recommendations they have for you. Charges will only apply if you decide to implement your plan, and will be clearly explained before you proceed. You'll have the time you need to decide whether you'd like to act on Skiptons advice.
Don’t just take our word for it
As of 1 October 2020, Skipton’s advisers have an average rating of 4.8 out of 5 on VouchedFor – the UK’s largest rating service website for financial and legal advisers.
Please bear in mind that Skipton’s recommendations are likely to include stock market-based investments. These are not like bank and building society savings accounts as your capital is at risk and you may get back less than you invested. The value of your investments and any income from them may fall as well as rise.