Reviews and Ratings for Financial adviser Joe Anderson, Swindon


Buying your home is often seen as the biggest financial commitment you will ever make so getting the right mortgage is important, with so many different types of mortgage to choose from, how can you be sure of which is right for you?

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.

For mortgages we can be paid by commission,
 or a fee of usually £95 or a combination of both.

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One of the biggest goals in life is a happy, comfortable retirement. At whatever age you plan to retire, you will want to ensure you have enough money to go with your new-found way of life...

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The objective of the advice service that we provide is to put in place product solutions to enable you to meet your financial goals and then regularly review the performance of those solutions to help you to remain on track. In order to achieve this, we follow the process set out below.

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We understand the importance of protecting yourself, your family or your business against the unexpected, but with a host of different solutions to choose from, it's hard to know which suits you best...

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Anderson Wealth Management are a Financial Planning Consultancy Firm primarily covering Wiltshire, and the surrounding areas, but with a national client base. Our clients are a mixture of private individuals and companies who understand that by seeking our professional advice, they can make the most from their money.


We offer a wide range of specialist services, including advice on investment, retirement, borrowing, protection and Inheritance Tax planning, including all types of pension schemes. Our focus is on both capital enhancement and capital protection.


We believe in providing a high quality service, with the emphasis on building long-term relationships with our clients, and we have suitably qualified and skilled advisers that work together to achieve this.


Through regular reviews we can develop our planning strategies over time to take into account your changing circumstances and objectives as well as developments in economic conditions, legislation (taxation etc), new ideas and financial products.


The FCA does not regulate some forms of tax planning.