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Thomas launches masterclasses for Sheffield business owners

Thomas launches masterclasses for Sheffield business owners

Future Life Wealth Management director and former New Model Adviser® cover star Jillian Thomas has launched a 'masterclass' for Sheffield business owners to help them take control of their finances. 

Thomas (pictured) said she was particularly keen that female business owners signed up to take part.

'We have a lot of great businesses in Sheffield offering some great products and services. They are run by owners who know their sector well, but may lack some knowledge in financial matters and that can hold them back' she said.

'We are particularly keen for women owners to join us at the masterclasses as it seems they often lack confidence in financial matters and that can stunt the growth of some potentially great businesses.'

'More financial awareness will lead to more confidence to scale up the business and ultimately to grow the local economy. That can only be a win-win, for individuals, their companies and the region.'

The first session will take place on 27 September at Kenwood Hall Hotel. That will look at how to create a financial plan.

A second session will take place at Mosborough Hall Hotel on 16 October looking at pensions. 

A third masterclass will be held at the Double Tree Hilton Hotel in Sheffield Park on 22 November. That will look at investments and life assurance.

A final session will take place at 6 December where guests will be invited to put all their knowledge together and form a full financial plan. As part of this Thomas is offering one-to-one sessions with her team.

If you know someone who would benefit from Jillian's masterclasses they can register by sending an email to info@wealthmanagement.co.uk.

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