Have you faced the Brutal Truths of planning your financial future? Have you planned for your lifetime financial responsibility?
Business owners know the importance of the responsibility in being financially articulate in business. But how coherent are they in their home and family life and bringing the two together?
Learning the ‘Brutal Truths’ and taking financial responsibility will fundamentally affect how happy you and your family are for the rest of your lives. Business owners and senior management owe it to everyone they care about to take a lifetime responsibility for the financial side of your affairs.
The earlier you start doing this the more flexibility and choice you will have over your financial future.
Stockport based accountants Hallidays are running a free event for local business owners, to help them to address their personal circumstances and create a happier more secure future for the family.
Jane Bennett, marketing manager at Hallidays explains: “At Hallidays we understand the importance of supporting business owners to grow their business and manage their work/life balance.
“We know from experience that lots of owners can neglect to plan for their future when they are so busy working in the present. Business owners are more used to taking financial responsibility for their businesses than for themselves. This event will be an opportunity for business owners to fully understand their current situation and the impact it will have on their future.
“The session will look at how to manage finances – income, saving, spending, assets and liabilities – as you owe it to yourself so you can enjoy the happiness of being able to afford to live the life you want for you and your family.”
Jo Pritchard, director of Maggi Electronics, a leading electronics repair centre, has already been through the process of planning responsibly for the future and can now see how it will benefit him and his family in the future: “Through Halliday’s Lifecycle review, I have looked at the hard facts and taken responsibility for my future as well as that of my business. Now I can look forward to my retirement and have peace of mind that the business I have built up will continue to thrive.”
When: Thursday 10th November
Time: 9am to 11.15
Where: Hallidays, Yew Street, Kings Reach, Stockport