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Securing your future.

Whether personal or business, our bespoke planning will help you to achieve true financial independence.

Financial planning

Personal
Personal

Our Personal Planning service is not just about money. It’s about aspiration, ambition, security and independence. We offer lifestyle financial planning.

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Business
Business

Our Business Planning service is aimed at giving small and medium sized business owners financial peace of mind. From sole traders to SMEs, our job is to make your business work as hard for you as you’ve worked for your business.

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Why Cameron Chase.

We offer bespoke services tailored to our client’s needs. But whether we are working with business or personal clients, our core ethos and approach remains the same.

Professional Connections.

We are experts in long-term financial, estate and goal-focused investment planning. Put simply, we help businesses and individuals plan for their financial futures.

But our focus is never just money, it’s life – your life and your business.

It’s the aspirations, ambitions and intent that our clients have; the plans for tomorrow that we can begin working towards today.

Our financial planning services complement those traditionally offered by professional advisers in regards to legal, tax and investment issues.

We have been working in and with accountancy practices and legal firms since 1998, creating mutually beneficial partnerships that allow clients to create an overall financial plan.

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What does the Bank of Mum and Dad need to consider?

What does the Bank of Mum and Dad need to consider?

With many furloughs coming to an end and an increasing number of redundancies being announced, the Bank of Mum and…
What does the stamp duty holiday mean for me?

What does the stamp duty holiday mean for me?

In his 8 July summer statement, Chancellor Rishi Sunak confirmed that the stamp duty threshold will be immediately raised to…
Will Covid-19 hasten the demise of cash?

Will Covid-19 hasten the demise of cash?

The use of cash was already dwindling in recent years, with cards being the preferred method of payment (especially contactless).…

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