A redundancy package can be complex with a range of tax implications. You can reach out to your financial adviser or tax adviser if you have any questions.
You will likely have many questions and it will help to be aware of all the options that may be available to you.
Each person’s redundancy scenario will be different so it makes sense to reach out to your financial adviser who understands your individual financial circumstances and your lifestyle goals.
Here are just some of the ways your adviser can assist you through this time:
Please contact your financial adviser with any questions regarding redundancy or other concerns you have during this time.
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