Launched in January 2013 by a very successful firm of Chartered Financial Planners, Bread and Butter Advice are making it simple for everyone to access good, professional, personal financial advice.

Typical questions our clients want answered!

  • Can I / We afford to retire?
  • Am I properly insured against death or illness?
  • Are my investments really working for me?
  • I want to review all of my pension retirement options. Can you help me?
  • How best do we pay care fees?
  • Can you look at the whole mortgage market for me?

Areas of Advice: 

The full process: 

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We work with hundreds of companies. Here are just a few:

Who are the typical Bread and Butter Clients: 

  1. Clients who value speaking to the same adviser each time.
  2. Clients who appreciate simple and understandable advice.
  3. Clients who value old-fashioned and good service.
  4. Clients who value attention to detail and patience.
  5. Clients who value the benefits of technology in the advice process.
  6. Clients who run very busy lives.

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Bread and Butter Advice Blog: 

Budget 2017: How do the chancellor’s measures affect you?

March 10th, 2017|Comments Off on Budget 2017: How do the chancellor’s measures affect you?

Pensions Several pension changes are being enforced from April 6 this year, thanks to announcements made in George Osborne’s Budget last year: Anyone on the flat-rate state pension will see their weekly payments go [...]

Latest Market Commentary

March 8th, 2017|Comments Off on Latest Market Commentary

Today investors are confronted by a vast multitude of market issues, click here for the latest news and commentaries brought to you from some of the fund managers at Liontrust.

John Husselbee: View from the front row

February 16th, 2017|Comments Off on John Husselbee: View from the front row

In the first of a new regular series for Professional Adviser magazine, reviewing the hot topics that have been keeping him busy over the past month, John Husselbee from Liontrust, considers issues thrown up by [...]

Why Invest?

December 13th, 2016|Comments Off on Why Invest?

George Critchley, Director at Bread and Butter Advice, discusses investments… My favourite investment book is ‘The Richest Man in Babylon’ by George S Clason, first published in 1928. Yes before even the first Wall Street crash! [...]