Free up your financial headspace
As we reach the end of January our MD Paul Northmore discusses impact finances can have on our mental health.
Is it just me, or has there been less about eating well, exercise etc this January?
I am seeing much more about self-care, saying no, removing negative thoughts and living a less stressful life. It got me thinking about head space and how much our finances can play on our minds.
If you have a big financial change to make this year, you may not have any idea where to start, or you may know exactly what you need to do but just not have the time to sort it.
At Manning and Company, as financial advisers we often meet people who ‘need to renew their mortgage’ or ‘review their pensions’, but the most rewarding part of what we do is to help people pinpoint their money worries and concerns and get going on making changes.
Mortgages, pensions, savings etc are all tools in the box to
work out how we can help, but as financial advisers we can give you a helping
hand to see the wood for the trees.
When things get out of hand you can find yourself in a vicious circle, where worrying about money can affect your mental health which, in turn, can then make dealing with your money harder. You may have the cash but need advice on how to make the most of it and how to make your money work harder for you.
To make a difference to your financial situation in 2020, pop into the Manning and Company office on Fore Street Ivybridge or call 01752 837950 to book a free initial consultation.