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In 2020, we all began to take stock and recognise the importance of health & wellbeing. But when we talk about wellbeing, there’s usually a big, green elephant in the room… money.
As with most ‘overlooked’ topics… Financial Wellbeing is hugely important. Want proof? 74% of Brits said they were so stressed about money at least once over the last year, that they felt overwhelmed and unable to cope. To add to that, 3 out of 4 employees stated that money problems are impacting their productivity at work.
So, whoever you are, it is definitely worth including financial fitness into your New Year resolutions.
To help you do just that, we’re teaming up with Eight Wealth Management, the financial planning experts, to bring you an event that can give you the basic tools to start planning for your financial wellbeing. If you’re a HR or business leader you’ll also be able to take-away some top tips and advice about how to help your employees.
Meet the speakers
Ian Riggs – MCIPD, CEO & Chartered Financial Planner at Eight Wealth Management
Ian has 28 years’ experience in financial planning and is passionate about working with his clients to positively ‘change their lives’. He dedicates his time to running Eight Wealth Management, supported by his team, and supporting his clients who are planning their retirement.
Alison Dart, Wealth Management Consultant at Eight Wealth Management
Alison has been working in financial services since 2005. She has achieved her diploma in regulated financial planning and is currently working towards chartered status. Alison specialises in helping clients to achieve their financial goals, whether that be helping them on to the property ladder or saving for retirement.
Claire Cross - HR Director at Gattaca
- Why is Financial Wellbeing important?
- Financial planning and lifestyle aspirations
- Addressing financial concerns
- Preparing for unforeseen circumstances
- Making use of your allowances
- Retirement & pensions
- Advice for employers
Not interested? Take a look at our other upcoming and on-demand events below
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