Live on Wednesday: Budget web debate with independent financial adviser Dawn Jones
WITH the Chancellor expected to press ahead with austerity measures in his budget speech on Wednesday, there is no doubt the public will have some questions.
That is why the Grimsby Telegraph has enlisted the help of independent financial adviser Dawn Jones to take part in this week’s Editor’s Debate.
Starting at 1pm, Dawn, who has 33 years experience in her field, will be on hand to answer any questions and give our readers information.
Dawn said: “The types of questions I am faced with are hugely varied on a daily basis.
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“The Chancellor is appearing to be completely adamant they continue with the austerity measures, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be shocks – positive or otherwise. This is a good way to speak openly and honestly. With finances, people often have the ostrich syndrome and bury their heads in the sand only for the problem to get worse.”
Changes to state and company pensions are likely to be a hot topic and Dawn will be able to offer advice on alternatives depending on the person in need.