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“It’s not for me” may spring to mind when you hear the words ‘financial advice.’ But the truth is financial advice is something many of us should consider.

It could even change your life.  

That’s why, here at Skipton Building Society, we want to give more people the chance to benefit from it.  We’ve just enhanced our services to make financial advice more affordable, accessible – and easy to understand.

You can benefit from:

  • A wide range of products and solutions – to suit different needs and circumstances
  • Reduced charges – to make financial advice more affordable
  • Tiered levels of advice and services – so you can get the right help you need
  • Better access to financial advice – to make life easier for you
  • Experts who are friendly, plain speaking and listen to what you want

Kevin Crawford, Business Development Manager, at Skipton says, “We’re on a mission to change financial advice – and the way people perceive it. In over 30 years, we’ve seen first-hand the positive impact it can have someone’s financial wellbeing.

“By improving our services, hopefully we can change even more lives – and give people access to the right financial help they need.”

Here to help you feel confident about your future

We know life can get busy. To save time, you can receive face-to-face advice – without leaving the house. Our award winning video link service is really easy to use – all you need is a laptop, tablet or computer. If this isn’t suitable, our advisers can visit you at home – or you can call into your local Skipton branch.

  • Video-link appointments to suit your schedule
  • No pressure to take Skipton’s advice
  • Your first review is free

By investing with advice from Skipton, the aim is to grow your money by a greater extent than is available through cash savings accounts to help you achieve your goals. Although funds are not like bank and building society savings accounts. It does mean placing your capital at risk, as its value can fall as well as rise and you may get back less than you originally invest. The Financial Conduct Authority doesn’t regulate Trust planning, Will writing and most forms of inheritance tax planning.

For more information on our service and the benefits of financial advice, why not visit our website or call us on 0800137832. During a no obligation phone consultation, simply tell us about your situation – and we can talk through how our advice could help you. Whether you decide to speak to one of our advisers is entirely your choice.

 

This article was submitted by Skipton Building Society as part of their sponsorship package for the SWW Annual Conference. The views expressed in this article are those of the submitter and not those of The Society of Will Writers.

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