The Personal Finance Society (PFS) launched Forces MoneyPlan on 27 June, offering an opportunity for the British public to pay tribute to the contributions of currently serving troops, service families, veterans and cadets. The initiative was launched in conjunction with the On Course Foundation.
Forces MoneyPlan supports injured and recovering personnel and veterans by enabling them to get access to one-on-one financial guidance sessions with qualified financial advisers. This initiative allows people who otherwise may not have access to financial advice to talk to someone about issues such as pensions, insurance, savings and investments.
Gibbs Denley are proud to provide company-wide support to this cause, enabling our advisers to donate their time and expertise to those who have already given so much in service of the country.
Simon Rees, the first from Gibbs Denley to sign up, says: “It is important that injured service members and veterans are provided with every possible support. Good financial guidance from a Chartered Financial Planner can make a real difference in their lives, and it is an honour for us to be able to help those in need to access it.”
You can find out more about Forces MoneyPlan on the PFS website.