May 20, 2020
It can be difficult for healthy clients to imagine being unable to make decisions for themselves. Even clients who are acting as attorneys for parents or are carers often think it won’t happen to me.
But drawing up a Lasting Power of Attorney is fundamental to good financial management and providing clients with the care they’ll need in difficult times. We must persuade clients to put one in place before it’s too late.
We believe that cash flow planning is an essential part of private client work – for financial advisers, accountants and solicitors alike. Understanding its importance means we can give better advice and that in turn allows our clients to make the most of what they have.
There are many legitimate reasons why people may want to make large gifts: for example, inheritance tax planning, supporting family members or ‘balancing up’ previously unequal gifts to family. When planning gifts, it is important that individuals take advice and document objectives and the effect of the gift, which can help protect them from an accusation of ‘deliberate deprivation’ in the future. Cashflow planning can help in this instance
I started Switchfoot Wealth to offer financial planning that matches the way we live and work today. Using the best technology and offering expertise gained through both formal qualifications and years of working closely with clients, we are bringing financial planning into the 21st century, helping people, businesses and professional advisers make the most of their time and their money.
– Sebastian Ewell
Switchfoot Wealth Founder
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SwitchFoot Wealth Limited is an appointed representative of Sense Network Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. SwitchFoot Wealth Limited is entered on the Financial Services register (www.fca.org.uk/register) under reference number 808196.
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