Our financial situation can ebb and flow like the tide. When we’re young and carefree, we tend to see pensions as a low-priority consideration. The career-minded may build up sizable disposable income over time.
It’s not unusual to have financial blips before retirement. Kids, mortgages, redundancy or sickness may all have an impact. Choosing a financial planner should involve getting all your bases covered no matter your time of life or the size of your bank balance.
Read on for the tips you need to find a financial planner who’s always going to be the right fit.