coronavirus personal financial adviceGet your worries answered by qualified advisors
Coronavirus personal financial advice sessions are perfect for anyone who has questions about what to do next or is unsure of actions they should be carrying out.
Who is this for?
- Worried about your income?
- Worried about your home (renter or homeowner)?
- Don’t know what to do with your savings?
- How will COVID-19 affect your pension?
how to buy?
- Personal financial plans normally €295.00.
- Special offer to help people due to Coronavirus.
- 1st 30 customers get this for €50.00
- Must be paid in advance.
- Click the link below to purchase with debit/credit card.
coronavirus personal financial advice
Over the last number of weeks Coronavirus has greatly impacted the economy of Ireland. At the time of writing, RTÉ had reports that over 140,000 people have lost their jobs due to Coronavirus.
These hopefully will be short-term job losses. In these uncertain times it is important to make sure your personal finances are as secure as possible, and that you have a solid financial roadmap.
Our Coronavirus personal financial advice session is perfect for anyone who has questions about what to do next or is unsure of actions they should be carrying out.
Are you are unsure about the risks to your job? How will you deal with your mortgage lender or landlord? What should you do about your pension? Should you move your savings? This is what we’re here for – come and talk to us.
We’re a specialised, qualified, Irish-based team, dedicated to making excellent financial advice accessible online. We do it because we listen.
We are regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland. Registered No. C168372 and offer products when requested from a number of Irish pension, investment and life insurance providers.
Adrian Gallagher (Our Managing Director) has over 40 years experience across a number of industries. He has worked, survived and grown businesses through the following recessions.
- 1973 Oil Crisis
- 1973 to 1990 Troubles in Northern Ireland
- 1979 Oil Crisis
- 1980’s early years of depression in this decade
- 1983 Recession
- 1990/91 Recession in UK
- 2007/08 Financial Crisis
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