Financial Advisors aren’t as scary as you think!

Financial Advisors are not as scary as you thinkImage of four pumpkins, two orange and two black with faces on with a teal coloured background

People avoid getting professional financial advice for many reasons, but one of them is because….well, it can be a bit scary. We’re here to tell you why there’s nothing to worry about and that financial advisors are not as scary as you think!

 

They are humans too

It may seem obvious, but financial advisors are human also. Their overriding aim is to help you in whatever way they can. So don’t be surprised if they are actually really friendly, approachable and go out of their way to put you at ease.

 

You won’t be judged

One of the things that prevent people from getting the financial support they really need is the shame of admitting the money mistakes they have made or perhaps not even knowing how it all went awry.

Life Centred Financial Planners see people from all different walks of life with different financial circumstances and backgrounds.  There is nothing you can show or tell them that is going to shock them, they have seen it all before.  They understand that one of the reasons that you are seeking financial advice may be because your finances are in a muddle.

And why wouldn’t they be?  Very few of us have had any education around financial planning, your school probably didn’t cover the topic, and often families don’t like to discuss money, so your parents probably never told you what to do – if they even knew in the first place!  You’re suddenly out there in the big wide world with no financial roadmap, not knowing which direction is the best to go in.

Don’t worry; a Life Centred Financial Planner will never judge you.  The main reason for finding out about your current financial circumstances is so that they can assist you in improving them.  Their focus is on how to best support you and make your life easier.

 

They’re happy to listen

Providing a safe space for our clients is key to the service MRA Ltd offer. Our Life Centred Financial Planners are happy just to listen. After all, a problem shared is a problem halved, right? Or possibly with our advice, a problem could even be resolved.

We take time to get to know our clients and their families. It’s essential that we understand what is important in your life and what your aims are for the future. You have worked hard to get to this point, and we want to ensure that the support we provide meets your needs.

We are here to celebrate the good times and also assist with the challenges that life sometimes brings.

 

You won’t be alone anymore

Trying to manage your finances on your own and making the right decisions can be exhausting, especially if you have people who rely on your judgement. Once you seek professional financial advice, you are no longer on your own anymore.

You now have a finance expert in your corner, guiding you down the right path and giving you peace of mind and confidence that the choices you are making are the best solution for you.

 

You can talk to MRA Ltd for free

Did you know that MRA Ltd offer a complimentary 30 minute consultation with an experienced Life Centred Financial Planner? It’s an opportunity to discuss any worries you have, decisions you are mulling over, or just to find out about how a Life Centred Planner can help.

You can contact MRA Ltd on 01424 777 156. So don’t get scared this Halloween and run away. Instead, call us to start creating a brighter future, and we’ll fight the monsters together!

 

Further information

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MRA help individuals, businesses and families achieve the best quality of life they can with the resources they have. MRA specialise in corporate solutions, cash-flow analysis, taxation, debt management, savings and investments, lifestyle planning and much more.

Business Consultants based in East Sussex we service clients across the South East, Sussex and Kent, including smaller towns such as Ashford, Battle, Bexhill, Bodiam, Brighton & Hove, Cranbrook, Crowborough, Eastbourne, Hailsham, Hastings, Heathfield, Herstmonceux, Lewes, Mayfield, Newhaven, Rye, Seaford, Sevenoaks, Tenterden, Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells.