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Using your Savings – the 3 main options

There are three primary options that you have if you want to use your savings and investments to pay for your care costs.  We recommend you read each of these sections to help give you a fuller idea as to the options available to you.

1) Buy a care annuity

More information on buy a care annuity can be found here.

2) Using your savings

More information on buy a care annuity can be found here.

3) Use your investment income

More information on buy a care annuity can be found here.

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Are you sat on a pile of cash?

Equity release is increasingly a popular way to take cash out of your house TAX-FREE to pay for care and to spend some money on yourself. 

 

Click the calculator below to see how much £££ you could get.  You will definitely be surprised.

Care costs can easily exceed £100,000

We strongly recommend that you speak to an advisor that specialises in different ways to fund your care fees.   

 

Click the map below to find a care fees advisor in your area.