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Pensions

If you are serious about providing for your future, then now is the best time to put something meaningful in place. The more time you use, the better the result - whether you are 55 or 25 years old, and whether you have some type of pension plan already or not.

As you know, there are acres of literature about different pensions, tax reliefs, funds with different asset classes and so on. But let's be honest here– to most people pensions are boring, the details can be complex and very often disheartening. What you want to know is:

  • How much should you be setting aside to have a decent income in retirement and
  • Where should you be putting it?

So that is what we do, on a one-to-one basis, we answer these questions and more. Then we put a great pension plan in place, explaining everything and reviewing annually.

As a Qualified Financial Advisor, we work out the correct, affordable level of contribution needed to provide the type of retirement income you can expect.

As an Independent Broker with agencies to some of the best Pension Product Providers in the market we can put in place a pension plan you can rely on.

If you need to talk about setting up a Pension or if you have a Pension plan and a dozen questions then now is as good a time as any to sort things out.

The next step is up to you.

Call 01-6544 522 or e-mail peter@prfinance.ie

to discuss your concern or arrange a meeting.

 
       
             

To discuss your query, request a quotation, or arrange a meeting at your offices or ours, e-mail us at peter@prfinance.ie or phone 01-6544 522

At PRFS, Financial Services is a Personal Service.

 

 
 


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