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Top Advice and Ideas to Enjoy Retirement

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If you are retired or looking to finish work in the next few years, an inspirational event full of good planning advice and ideas to make your time fulfilling is being organised by Furley Page Solicitors this autumn.

The leading Kent law firm is teaming up with The Marlowe Theatre, and Tarvos Wealth Financial Planners in Canterbury, to host a friendly, informal day at the theatre’s Marlowe Studio, to explore aspects of life after work.

Experts will be talking on many topics including how to ‘MOT’ your Will; funding an enjoyable retirement; securing peace of mind if nursing care becomes an issue; and top tips for parents who want to help their children get on the property ladder.

There will also be an open forum to exchange ideas on how you can spend your time, what sort of activities you might like to try, and tips if you are considering paid or voluntary work after retirement.

Sarah Bogard, a Partner and Chartered Tax Adviser in Furley Page’s Private Client team, says: “Everyone should be able to enjoy a happy and fulfilling retirement. This event is a chance to explore the wealth of choices available while also focusing on the importance of getting your affairs, such as your Will and finances, in order.”

Joining Sarah will be Furley Page colleague Val Prosser, a Chartered Legal Executive who is part of the firm’s Elderly and Vulnerable Client Team; and Ruth Dolan, a Chartered Financial Planner from Tarvos Wealth Ltd, along with representatives from some local organisations who will explain what they can offer.

The Planning Your Happy Retirement event, which is open to everyone, takes place from 10am to 4pm on Monday October 3 at The Marlowe Theatre, The Friars, Canterbury. The cost is £24.50, which includes refreshments and a light lunch. The Marlowe Friends and Corporate Members can claim a £5 discount. Attendees who instruct Furley Page or Tarvos Wealth for advice within three months of the event will have their ticket price deducted from fees charged.

Places can be booked through The Marlowe Theatre box office on 01227 787787 or online at www.marlowetheatre.com (booking fees apply).

For further advice contact Sarah Bogard at seb@furleypage.co.uk or call 01227 763939

Furley Page supports The Marlowe Theatre through its Wills and Legacy campaign, which encourages theatregoers to leave a gift to The Marlowe Theatre Development Trust for the benefit of future generations. Legacies help the Trust to support projects which enhance the theatre’s artistic programme, encourage new audiences and enable the growth of local creative talent.




Author:Furley Page Solicitors

Source:https://www.furleypage.co.uk/