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Solid financial advice for people of all income levels and backgrounds.
At some point in your working life to date, you’ve probably been asked ‘Are you good with money?’
Or, if not, there’s certainly a chance you’ve heard the phrase tossed around.
Plenty of people are blessed with the ability to manage their finances in a prudent manner, of course, but it doesn’t come as naturally to plenty of others and there’s no shame in admitting it either.
If you fall into the latter category, that’s where askpaul can help.
Launched by Certified Financial Planner Paul Merriman in 2016, askpaul aims to deliver sound financial advice that’s relatable, easy to understand and relevant to customers.
Askpaul operates by the maxim that access to good financial advice shouldn’t be determined by someone’s background or income level, it should be open to everyone.
Money is often considered a taboo subject.
People often don’t like to talk about it and can feel uncomfortable when it’s discussed in the company of others.
That in turn can lead to elevated levels of stress and anxiety, something askpaul seeks to alleviate through advice that it is easy to follow, whether it’s dealing with debt, getting a pension in order or simply managing a budget from week to week.
The advice delivered by askpaul is free of any agenda bar delivering solid financial advice and taking practical steps to put that advice into practice.
Paul Merriman is considered one of Ireland’s leading financial advisors and is an internationally recognised CFP® (Certified Financial Planner), as certified by the Financial Planning Standards Board (FPSB).
He has over 15 years’ experience in the finance sector and after starting out in RSA and Irish Life, Paul now heads up his own brokerage, Pax Financial planning, which he has grown from a two-man operation to one of Ireland’s top financial planning firms.
As well as Pax, he also owns and runs four other successful companies within the financial sector.
If his name is starting to sound familiar, you may well have seen or heard him dispensing financial advice on Virgin Media Television, Today FM, Newstalk and other broadcast outlets.
If you want to avail of the financial advice askpaul has to offer, you can do so in a number of ways.
Askpaul publishes regular FREE video content, Q and A sessions and live broadcasts via their social media channels, which you can access below.
On the askpaul website, meanwhile, the financial academy section provides all the information anyone would need on finance topics, to arm them with information to help them make smarter financial decisions.
As well as that, askpaul’s team of advisors provide fee-based personal consultations to help people set their financial goals and map a plan to get them there.
If you’re looking for more specific advice, they also provide consultations on investment, protection and mortgages, as well as other financial products.
If you’re not good with money or want to do better with it then don’t be afraid to askpaul.
Pax Asset Management Dac., t/a Pax Asset Management, Pax Financial Planning, askpaul and Expertpensions is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland. Registered No. 461783.
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