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How can you trust any other kind of advice?

How can you trust any other kind of advice?
In these days of low bank deposit rates and impending mortgage payment increases financial advice has never been more IMPORTANT!
Many, if not most advisers, are “RESTRICTED” in what they can advise on or whom they can recommend! Financial Foresight have always been and will continue to be a firm of INDEPENDENT! Financial Advisers. We advise on and arrange mortgages, life and health insurance, pension and investments from across the whole market. 
Financial Products constantly change so it is prudent to have your finances regularly checked; especially if your original advice was not independent. 
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Making your Money Work for You

“Its not how much money you make but how much you keep, how hard it works for you, and how many generations you keep it for”– Robert Kiyosaki
 
 
Source: BlueLeaf.com – https://www.quotemaster.org/financial+stress#&gid=1&pid=4

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The Importance of having a Trust

The Importance of having a Trust!
At Financial Foresight we understand that not every single person who walks through our doors are the same, that everyone has their own unique financial situations of which they must deal with. You should think about putting your old and new life insurance in Trust – it is not a bad idea! in fact we would encourage you to do so due to the range of benefits this will have in the event of your untimely death. We have outline three key benefits below;
  1. Right MoneyYou can use a trust to give some or all…

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Have you thought about Re–Mortgaging?

Have you thought about Re–Mortgaging?
For many people, their home is their pride and joy, but the reality of being a home owner requires a lot of responsibility. Paying off monthly mortgage payments on top of insurance policies and utility bills can quickly add up. Which is why remortgaging can offer flexible benefits for home owners. Here at Financial Foresight we have listed the following benefits worth thinking about when it comes to finding a mortgage that suits you.Benefits to Remortgaging1. Better Interest RateWhen taking out a mortgage, you normally get an introductory deal of a low fixed rate for the…

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Quote

 “ I believe we should all pay our taxes with a smile. I tried but they wanted cash” 
– found by JMS Financial Planning

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Quote.

“Keep your eyes on the stars and keep your feet on the ground” – Teddy Roosevelt
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Have you heard of Private Medical Insurance?

There are multiple types of Health Insurance, which makes it very difficult for you to make sense of it all and choose the most suitable cover for you. So let’s break it down and find out what’s what …
1. What is private health insurance?
Private health insurance is often referred to as PMI ‘Private medical insurance’. PMI is a policy that offers instant access, throughout a range of hospitals, when you or a family member is ill.2. How does private medical insurance work?
The health insurance provider will evaluate your current state of health and lifestyle to determine how much the policy will…

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If I had more time,

Blaise Pascal – “If I had more time, I would have written a shorter letter” 
 
Source – https://quoteinvestigator.com/2012/04/28/shorter-letter/

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Buying Your First Home!

BUYING YOUR FIRST HOME – WHERE TO START
Knowing where to start when buying your first home can be confusing. However, there are some simple steps you can take to make your path clear and increase your chance of obtaining your first home. 1. Check Your Credit Score Banks use credit scores to judge whether or not you’re trustworthy enough to take out a mortgage. You can check yours online for free with companies such as Experian and Equifax. This will give you a good starting point2. Work Out How Much You Can Afford to Borrow Your income will affect how…

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Quote of the Day.

 
Benjamin Franklin – “Beware of little expenses, a small leak will sink a great ship”
 
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