The gift of financial advice could be invaluable to your loved one and provide a greater benefit to them than most presents ever could.
Each Andep gift card has a unique redemption code that the holder simply needs to quote upon booking their appointment. Prior to check out you can opt to email the gift card to the recipient immediately or at a later date. Alternatively, by putting your email address down as the recipient's address, you can print the voucher off to give to your loved one in a card.
After clicking the link above, choose the picture most appropriate for the occasion.
Gift cards are valid for 3 years from date of purchase.
Next, choose the amount you would like to spend. If you select one of the pre-populated amounts we can offer either fixed pricing or a credit against our usual hourly rate invoices. The recipient is able to decide at the conclusion of the meeting what they think is most suitable for them.
Fixed cost packages:
$400- appointment with an adviser with the client taking all of their own notes of the discussion.
$650- appointment with an adviser and 3-5 pages of notes summarising everything that was discussed.
$1,500- appointment with an adviser, 3-5 pages of notes summarising everything that was discussed and a detailed statement of advice restricted to one key issue only.
$2,000- appointment with an adviser, 3-5 pages of notes summarising everything that was discussed and a detailed statement of advice restricted to two key issues.
Custom or lower amounts than those shown above can be used as a credit against the recipient's final invoice.
The final product
Give the gift of financial advice to someone who needs it but may not otherwise have sought it out;
The recipient is less likely to lose the voucher as it can be stored in their email inbox;
If they do lose the printed voucher or delete the original email, a replacement copy can be re-sent;
Vouchers expire 3 years after the date of purchase so the loaded amount can be used when the person is ready to seek advice. For larger amounts, it can mean the recipient can use the same voucher multiple times to seek further advice when needed.