Wednesday, 18 September 2013

Pension advice

Pension advice

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 Pension advice

Welcome to Sterling North, the home of good Pension advice. When it comes to pension planning the most important factor is knowing where your money is invested.  If you don’t carry out regular reviews on the performance of your pension you could be losing out. You could even find that your pension will not be enough to provide you with the comfortable retirement you had planned. At Sterling North we can provide you with quality impartial pension advice. We also offer a full review of your current pensions and advise you in plain English, on how your current arrangements are performing. For those who are interested in making the most of their pension, get in touch today and book your free consultation.
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                                    Nicola Mayers Dip PFS Managing Director / Advisor Sterling North 

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Sterling North - Raising money for Child Bereavement UK

Sterling North - Raising Money for Child Bereavement UK 

In January Next Year Nicola Mayers of Sterling North will be attempting to raise a minimum sponsorship of £450.00 for Child Bereavment UK. She will be taking part in the tough Guy challenge, which has been described as the Safest Most Dangerous Event in the World – It is the original event of it’s kind. It is the only event in the world to boast over 100 man made assaults for an individual challenge. Located in Perton the 12km assault course is said to require every ounce of mental and physical strength you have! Your fears of heights, tight spaces, fire, water and electricity will be tested to the max. If you would like to sponsor Nicola for this event then please go to her just Giving page here:

Carl on the other hand claims to have spent enough time doing assault courses and crawling through mud and water, therefore will be running 13.1 miles on 6th October 2013 through four Royal Parks instead. The route will be through Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, St James’s Park and The Green Park. He will attempt to raise a minimum £350 for Child Bereavement UK. If you would like to sponsor Carl for this event then please go to his just Giving page here:

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