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Devon & Cornwall Police Federation

PMM Retirement Seminar 15th February 2022 - Fed Office Exeter

21 January 2022

Nearing retirement?  Police Money Matters (PMM), on behalf of Devon & Cornwall Constabulary Police Federation, provides retirement seminars to officers who are approaching retirement.

 

The itinerary is tailored to suit the needs of officers who are nearing retirement or are in the last 18 months of their service. The seminars which are run throughout the UK are well received by attendees who rate them highly.

 

Members who are approaching retirement or those who have completed 30 years pensionable service are invited to join with their spouse/partner, if appropriate, as there are some important decisions to consider as an individual and as a couple.

 

PMM are holding the next seminar at the Offices of Devon & Cornwall Constabulary Police Federation, 2 River Court, Pynes Hill, Exeter, Devon, EX2 5JL at 11:15hrs on Tuesday 15th February 2022.

 

If you wish to attend, please register via the all-important hyper link below:-

 

www.policemoneymatters.com

 

The itinerary is as follows: 

 

11:15 Tea and coffee on arrival

11:30 Start of Seminar

12:30 Short break

12:35 Recommence

13:30 Conclude Seminar and buffet lunch provided

 

Points to consider for your future:

  • Will your police pension be able to meet the actual future cost of living?
  • The pros and cons of paying off your mortgage
  • Cash-flow forecasting - do you really need to work following retirement?
  • Looking out for parents - specialist long-term care planning and inheritance planning
  • Looking out for children - family mortgage planning/pensions/savings 

 

PMM have been advising police officers across the UK for over 22 years, and have an excellent reputation for not only delivering interesting and thought-provoking seminars but, more importantly, for their results. Their aim is to ensure that you can maintain your lifestyle throughout your retirement, up to state pension age and beyond.

 

Kind regards

 

John Giblin
Police Money Matters

john.giblin@sjp.co.uk

07866 692682

 

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