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Dealing with the cost of care

With the burden of long-term care falling on us as individuals, dealing with the finances at what can be a difficult time is the last thing you need.

However, with the right advice and guidance, things don’t have to be as overwhelming as they may seem.

Andrew Swallow, who heads Swallow Financial Planning, has featured on the BBC as an expert adviser on later life care, and there’s no-one better to guide you through the process.

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Your care planning options explained

Raising funds for long-term care for yourself or a loved one might not be something you had planned before. We can advise and implement equity release plans or specialist long-term care annuity products. We’re also qualified to advise on a fully costed income strategy that can include state benefits, local authority and NHS funding.

As a specialist adviser registered with the Society of Later Life Advisers, Andrew Swallow is ideally placed to help you whether you’re heading into a care environment yourself or acting as the lasting power of attorney or court deputy for a loved one.

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If you’d like to understand more about the options available to you, please get in touch using the details below.

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