Happy Fathers Day

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Every year, special days expose frayed emotions for families for whom the special day will never be the same.

This year, more than most, Father’s Day will serve as a grim and painful reminder to the thousands of families who’ve lost fathers, sons, and brothers over the last 12 months. Their grief will be magnified and shared by their extended families and friends.

Over the last three months we’ve had members of the Investment & Retirement Solutions team become quite ill with COVID and sadly, like many of our clients, some of our team members have lost members of their families.

To those who have lost friends and family, we over our most sincere symapthies.

To those who are lucky enough to still be able to celebrate Father’s Day, we hope you have a great day, and urge you to think about how you can protect the people that matter whilst you can. Tax efficient lump sums and/or regular incomes can be arranged to help families manage with the financial distress caused by serious illness, disability or death, but not when it’s too late.

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