Money Alive has launched two new video series to educate people about financial planning in retirement following the success of its salary and pension freedoms content.
At the Personal Finance Society (PFS) conference in Birmingham on 28 November the content producer unveiled two new box sets for its video engagement platform intended to help peo understanding long-term care and the power of attorney.
Its long-term care video helps clients assess ways to fund care in England and explains the way the system works and the second video helps clients understand the benefits of having power of attorney and what to consider when drawing one up.
Money Alive launched its platform at the PFS conference in 2017 and advisers have since used it to deliver 75,000 educational videos to clients. By March, its defined benefit transfer video had had 30,000 views.
The new box sets are personalised for UK residents, allowing users to access the most relevant information for England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland.
PFS chief executive Keith Richards said: "Having worked with Money Alive in respect of the triage requirements for the Pension Transfer Gold Standard we are delighted they have chosen the Personal Finance Society Futureproof National Conference to launch a further series of educational videos helping clients understand some of the key aspects of financial planning and the value that subsequent professional advice can bring."
Money Alive is expected to announce more box sets in 2020.
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