– GPs –
We understand the stresses and strains that come with running a GP practice. We understand that the priority is to see the patients and that this leaves very little time to look after your own finances. That’s where Metis Ireland can step in and help. We already help many GPs organise and manage their financial plans so that they can get back to the day to day business of helping patients.
Most GPs will have two sources of income – from the GMS and from private practice. Metis Ireland understands this (sometimes) complex arrangement and we have written before about the dangers of investing AVCs into the GMS fund (please refer to our Blog on this topic).
If you would like Metis Ireland to review your existing arrangements and offer transparent and independent retirement planning advice, please contact us for an initial meeting.
We provide our GP clients with their own personalised Metis Ireland LifePlan This plan helps in identifying long term financial goals and takes the element of luck out of financial planning. It provides a financial road map for you and your family into the future. Having a plan is the only way to ensure that you make your lifestyle goals a reality. We help make the hard work worth it by making sure you have a plan for the personal milestones that you have prioritized throughout your lifetime.
“I have been a client of Metis Ireland for a number of years and have always been extremely happy with the expert advice and friendly, efficient service I have received. I would have no hesitation in recommending the team to any of my colleagues who require advice around financial or pension planning.“Dr Eluned Lawlor
TALK TO US ABOUT PRIVATE WEALTH MANAGEMENT
Metis Irelands unrivalled expertise in Wealth Management offers High Net Worth individuals their own personalised long term financial plan and access to our top Service Level “Zeus”. Please fill in your contact information to talk to one of our Financial Planners today.
*Your data will be retained within the guidelines of data protection legislation