I am about to enter one of those major transitions in the life any parent, but one that many parents overlook and the impact it will have on them.

Time flies when you’re a parent. Just when you’ve wrapped your head around the demands and responsibilities of raising a child, you turn around and your little bundle of joy is ready to head out into the world. This empty nest transition can be very emotional, and in some cases, the break isn’t as clean as you would think it would be. But this change should also be exciting! Stay positive and make the most out of all your new found free time, all that new space, and hopefully, all that extra money!

Celebrate!

Major congratulations are now in order, whilst raising children is a rewarding effort it also comes with its challenges. In order to get where you are today you have had to make many sacrifices along the way, juggling work, and family schedules and of course carefully managing your finances. An empty nest may fill you with sadness and loneliness, but think of the positives, be proud of what your kids have achieved, pop a bottle of champagne and treat yourselves to a good night out, you deserve it as an exciting part of your life is about to begin. Start planning for your new future, we can help you sort through the financial implications of your empty nest and make sure you have the resources to live the best possible life with the money you have.

Here at Hartcliff we encourage you to come and talk with us to make a start filling in that empty space in your life. Call Andy on 01226 446135 or email at andy@hartcliff.com

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