Swallow Financial Planning information page with details containing the UK Government Tax Tables for the tax year 2022-2023
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It is important to understand how your adviser approaches the purchase and management of your investment funds. These notes are designed to explain briefly the Swallow Financial Planning methodology.
Whilst our investment style is bespoke to each client, we have over recent years begun to create a standardised approach to our Asset Allocation Process.
Over many years, we have invested in every type of collective investment available. We have used managed funds, multi-managed funds and passive funds. This note explains our current thinking when we choose the funds for our clients to invest in.
The correct asset allocation of a client’s investment portfolio is the bedrock of the Swallow Financial Planning investment process. This note is designed to explain how we use investment cycles and factor based principles to enhance the investment process.
Whilst our target market is funds in excess of £250,000, over the years we have accepted many requests to manage smaller sums
The correct asset allocation of a client’s investment portfolio is the bedrock of the Swallow Financial Planning investment process. This note is designed to explain how asset allocation works and why it is so important to the future success of your investment performance.
Failure To Plan Is Planning To Fail. This note helps you to establish your financial goals.