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Regular Saving Plans and University Education Planning (School Fees)

UK Pension Transfer & Advise

Under £250K

  • Free Initial Consultation
  • Independent Financial Advice
  • Whole Of Market Solution
  • Top University Education Planning Worldwide
  • Pound Cost Averaging
  • Minimum Contribution £250
  • Optional | Conventional | Sustainable | Islamic Investments Portfolios

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A Fixed FCA report Fee of 3000 may apply to your pension transfer, and not included in the cost

Regular Saving Plan Process

Frequently Asked Questions

How much do financial advisers typically charge?

Our fees at Benjamin House our transparent investment management is charged as an annual percentage of the funds under our management. Insurance providers pay Benjamin house a commission for the protection product being advised. We believe in transparent pricing and provide detailed information about our fee structures during our initial consultations.

Transparency is paramount at Benjamin House. We disclose all fees and costs associated with our services upfront, ensuring our clients have a clear understanding of what they’re paying for and the value they receive.

Yes, as fiduciaries, we are legally obligated to act in our clients’ best interests at all times. Our fee-only model aligns our interests with those of our clients, emphasizing trust, integrity, and unbiased advice.

We provide comprehensive financial planning and investment management services aimed at helping our clients achieve their financial goals. We regularly review progress, provide performance reports, and offer ongoing support to ensure our clients feel confident in the value we provide.

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Client satisfaction is our priority at Benjamin House. If you’re not satisfied with our services, we encourage open communication to address any concerns. We’re committed to resolving issues promptly and ensuring a positive client experience.

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