Aberdeen financial planning firm Money Plan-it will provide complimentary 30-minute retirement planning sessions as part of Financial Planning Week.
Financial Planning Week has been organised by the Institute of Financial Planning (IFP) and will take place between 26 November and 2 December.
It's aim is to raise the profile of financial planning amongst the general population.
The company will provide complimentary 30-minute retirement planning sessions using the company's newly launched iPad application, LifeCash App.
The company has teamed up with local charity, Befriend a Child, to deliver the sessions.
The iPad application, called LifeCash, has been designed to present a lifetime cashflow analysis to each client and requires input and interaction from both the adviser and client. The results are presented in an easy to understand format.
Money Plan-it firector Craig Chapman said: "Our profession has a long standing reputation of being rather boring and highly complex, sometimes acting as a deterrent in seeking planning advice.
"We wanted to introduce something new and exciting to both existing and potential new clients.
"The feedback we have had so far from those who have experienced the app is extremely positive and many have found it both a fun and informative experience.
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