IPSE and Nutmeg in new deal to help freelancer finances
IPSE (the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed) and wealth management specialists Nutmeg have agreed a new deal to help IPSE members with their finances.
Nutmeg is the UK’s first digital wealth management service, which aims to make investment straightforward and accessible to all. Nutmeg’s services include financial advice, ISAs, general investment portfolios, Lifetime ISAs and personal pensions.
Through the new partnership, IPSE members will get 50 per cent of first year fees with Nutmeg, as well as 25 per cent off financial planning and advice.
Suneeta Johal, Head of Commercial Development at IPSE (the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed), said: “We are delighted with this new partnership and the support it will give our members. Financial planning can be a challenge for anyone, but for freelancers, fluctuating incomes make it even more difficult. Nutmeg’s invaluable advice and planning services could make a crucial difference to our members – and open up exciting new avenues by making investment more accessible.”
Lisa Caplan, Head of Financial Advice at Nutmeg, said: “Freelancers and the self-employed now account for than 15 per cent of the British workforce and it’s a market we’re proud and passionate about supporting – after all, we were established as a start-up business ourselves. When it comes to planning your own finances – be it a rainy-day fund, organising your pension, or managing tax – there are a number of things to think about and financial planning can really help. We’re looking forward to working with IPSE, to support their members with their investments and financial planning needs.”