Money Doctor consultations
Are you looking for independent financial advice ? Would you welcome some reliable, independent and helpful input regarding some aspect of your finances? Are you missing opportunities? Do you have a problem that needs solving? The Money Doctor’s one-to-one consultation service has been designed to provide you with quick, easy and expert advice. Moreover, it costs as little as €65.
This is how it works:
1. We ask you to complete a simple ‘fact find’ questionnaire. This saves a lot of time at the consultation because before we speak we already have answers to most of the questions we are likely to ask. Click here to complete an editable version of the Fact Find Form. Please download, complete and save. Then email completed form back to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. We talk to you – either face to face or by phone – so that we can gather more information and also so that you have a chance to ask any key questions you may have.
3. Within 24 hours we send you a complete, written report. This contains recommendations, a step-by-step action plan and all the back-up information you need.
The consultation is charged at €65 per 20 minutes. Often an initial consolation may take 40 minutes but even so for €130 you are receiving the a complete financial plan. Moreover, although you can take further action yourself The Money Doctor is available to provide back-up support if you want it. Indeed, there is no charge for ‘execution only’ requests (such as when you want some life or health cover, set up a pension, take out a mortgage or deposit money with a financial institution whom we act as agent).
SCHEDULE OF CHARGES FOR ONE TO ONE CONSULTATIONS – FINANCIAL ADVICE
The Money Doctor personal finance consultation fee structure:
– 20 minutes – €65
– 40 minutes – €130
– 1 hour – €195
Pay by PayPal here or click here to book by form
Fees can be paid on the day by cheque, cash, Debit/Credit Card or pre-paid with pay-pal online link above.
Providence Finance Services Limited trading as Money Doctor is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland