Wealth Preservation Seminar – Planning for the future

13th September 2018

Whiting & Partners host their second annual Wealth Preservation Event at Huntingdon Racecourse on Wednesday 24 October. Discover how to manage your wealth effectively with advice from experts in investment strategy as well as tax and financial planning.

The free event will welcome speakers from Whiting & Partners Tax and Wealth Management departments as well as external speakers from Transact and Vanguard.

Ideal for those looking to plan for the future with advice on pensions, inheritance tax planning, probate and estate administration and considering Brexit and its impact on making investments.

To book your free place for this event please contact Victoria Stokes, Marketing Manager by email at victoriastokes@whitingsllp.co.uk or by telephone on 01284 752313.

For further information please visit the events page at

https://www.whitingsllp.co.uk/event/annual-wealth-preservation-seminar/

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