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Help With Care Act Implications

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7:39am 10th November 2014

Free advice is being offered to Dorset families to help deal with the impacts of the Care Act.

Albert Goodman chartered accountants and financial planners are holding the session on the 24th of November at their Weymouth Office.

They're lending the helping hand as they claim people in the South West are being hit harder than most by the change.

Jonathan Hill, Consultant at Albert Goodman, said: "With a predicted increase in the over 65s of 50% in the next 20 years, and a doubling of those aged over 85, this is an area of financial planning that will affect even more families in the near future.

"This is why we are hosting free advice surgeries in Weymouth, to help families protect their wealth and plan for financing the cost of care, as well as discuss other later life financial planning matters."

Albert Goodman's free advice surgeries are between 10.00am and 1.00pm.

Contact Albert Goodman's Weymouth office on 01305 772 458.

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