Pro Bono Advice
Pro Bono Advice for Small Business Owners and Self-Employed
Telford Mann Pensions & Investments is offering guidance and support to anyone who has questions or concerns about their personal or corporate financial planning on a pro bono basis.
To further help businesses survive the lockdown, the company is also waiving set up fees on new business between June 1 and August 31.
Call 01536 462700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a meeting
- Pro Bono advice at this critical time
- Protecting capital when the future is uncertain
- Putting dormant capital to work
- Initial and set up fees waived on all new business between June 1 and August 31 2020
View PDF here: Telford Mann – Pro Bono Corporate Services
Our experience of successfully helping firms and individuals through the Global Financial Crisis of 2008/9 means we are well positioned to provide advice on how the impact of Covid-19 may affect their personal and corporate financial planning.
Coping with a recession is one thing, but lockdown adds a whole new dimension to the struggles of those trying to keep a business going until the restrictions are eased. Worryingly, one of the first things business owners do is cancel contributions into their own pensions and investments to preserve capital in order to survive for as long as possible. For some, this may be the only option, but there are other considerations to factor in, such as money that is held in a pension is safe from creditors, whereas funds in a business bank account aren’t.
It is also possible for individuals over the age of 55 to drawdown funds from their pensions in order to lend funds back to a business that may be struggling to obtain finance elsewhere.
Meetings can be arranged virtually or we are able to facilitate social distancing for face-to-face appointments in our large conference room.
We are keen to help anyone else who has questions or concerns over their own personal or corporate financial planning needs as we emerge from the initial throes of this crisis and are happy to do this on pro bono basis, so please do get in touch on 01536 462700 or email email@example.com