How to achieve financial fitness in 2020

It’s that time of year when we all pledge to change our lives and be a better version of ourselves!

So, as we embark upon a new year, what’s your detox priority? Perhaps you want to cleanse your mind, give your body a boost, or maybe this will be the year you take time out and give yourself some TLC.

But what about your financial health? Being savvier with money is actually one of the most common types of New Year’s Resolutions in the UK, yet it’s also one of the quickest to be overlooked as the weeks tick by.

So, whether your priority is getting your personal insurance policies in order, making some shrewd savings investments, or decoding your pensions provision and planning for your future, don’t let your financial fitness slip in 2020!

Chartered financial planner Louise Woollard – of Brighouse-based Louise Woollard Financial – is hosting a workshop for the region’s businesspeople, helping them get their finances in shape.

From personal insurance policies and pensions, to savings investments, inheritance and budgeting, Louise will be on hand to advise and answer any questions you may have.

Kim Leadbeater – ambassador of the Jo Cox Foundation – will be also be leading a session focused on the wider health and fitness landscape, covering topics such as mental wellbeing and giving back to the community.

The two-hour session includes lunch and will be hosted from 11:30am-1:30pm on Tuesday 4 February at Manor House Lindley, Huddersfield. There will also be an opportunity to network as well as quiz the speakers in the open Q&A session.