Retirement Planning Advice

At DW Financial we are here to help you understand every aspect of your retirement planning.  When it comes to planning and saving for retirement the word pension can be daunting.

We offer a free consultation during which we will talk you through all aspects of planning for retirement including setting up a new or reviewing an existing pension. 

We do this in a relaxed jargon free environment.  We understand that in today’s world time is precious, so we work to accommodate you, we can arrange your consultation in our office, your home, work or a location that suits you.

If the meeting is in our office, you can avail of up to two hours free parking in the Supervalu car park.
A free consultation usually last up to one hour and covers the following

• You: Age, marital status, family circumstances
• Your finances: Occupation, income, outgoings.
• Your financial goals
• Your plan between now and retirement
• You wishes for retirement

From the information we discuss in your free consultation we design your tailored financial plan and present our recommendations.  From there if you are happy to proceed, we will implement your desired plan.  Once your plan is in place, we continually monitor it in the back round and depending on your term to retirement recommend annual or biannual reviews. 

Chris Crowley Pension Retirement Consultant

Chris Crowley

Why Choose DW Financial.

Over the last 35 years we have built our reputation on the level of service we offer. As a broker you our client are always put first and it’s your plan that we help implement and maintain. 

When it comes to retirement planning, saving for retirement and pensions we get asked a multitude of questions. Some are quite simple to answer and others more difficult, but all are relevant to how you look at planning for retirement. 

Below we’ve addressed some of the main questions our clients ask. 

Firstly, what is a pension. Simply put pension plan is a long-term savings plan, where regular amounts and/or once-off lump sums are built up into a fund for retirement. 

There are various ways of saving for retirement and various pensions available to people, some examples of these are

• State Pension
• Personal Pension Plan
• PRSA (Personal Retirement Savings Account)
• Executive Pension Plan
• Occupational or Group Pension Plan
• AVC’s (Additional Voluntary Contributions)