- living in retirement
- financial planning your retirement
- managing life’s risks
- getting ahead financially
financial advice for when life changes
what’s heading your way?
Many people are first attracted to seeking advice because they are experiencing a significant life change.
For example, you may have just got married, divorced, received a compensation payout, or come into money via an inheritance.
Whatever your challenge or opportunity, there’s an optimal way to handle it. And, ipac has experience in helping people achieve financial control across all of these areas.
No book can cover all the financial issues you’ll face in your life. And the chapters don’t open neatly one after the other. You could be planning your retirement, coping with career transition, saving for your kids’ education and trying to help your ageing parents all at once. The decisions you make in each area affect all your other goals too.
Your situation and goals are unique. And your financial strategy should be too. The best way to ensure all your issues are addressed carefully, and to make informed choices for all your key financial decisions, is to see a qualified financial adviser.