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Wealth medical designed to ease stress


A new product from AAG is designed to ease the stress caused by money and work worries.

The firm writes that 54 per cent of British adults attribute money and work worries as the main causes of stress. AAG’s  Wealth Medical is a wealth report which provides a holistic picture of a client’s financial well-being.
The firm writes that The Wealth Medical serves as a complementary addition to other health checks that have proved almost mandatory to a healthier, stress-free lifestyle.  “In the UK, we can take preventative measures to avoid serious illnesses by having a full health ‘MOT’ examination. So why shouldn’t the same be available for our finances and long-term security?”
David Alexander, AAG’s CEO, says “We are often asked, ‘when can I stop working?; are my children provided for if I’m hit by the proverbial bus?; will HMRC be the main benefactor when I die?; are my funds/portfolio being managed effectively?; Am I paying too much for my insurances?’  The Wealth Medical provides a clear summary of areas of concern.” David concludes, “This report empowers clients to make decisions now and for their long-term security.”
Just as you would expect to receive a full health examination and subsequent report in a private health clinic, AAG’s comprehensive Wealth Medical covers every aspect of a client’s finances and factors in the option of a same-day supplementary health check at The Wellington Hospital, London.
For those seeking preventative measures to illness and stress, Dr. Ruth Whitby and AAG will be offering a combined service, which includes a full Health & Wealth Check.  Based in central London, The Wellington is a leading private hospital with an international reputation for excellence in complex healthcare.
Dr Ruth Whitby, Private GP at the Wellington, explains: “Annual health checks can identify a serious problem early, increasing the chances of successful treatment. I know that this provides my patients peace of mind.” Dr Whitby continues, “There is a proven connection on how mental health can affect your physical well-being and in today’s hectic world, stress and anxiety comes up time and time again in my patients.  More often than not, this is related to their finances, which is why I was really impressed with AAG’s Wealth Medical; an important consideration for one’s general well-being.”
The resulting assessment will be presented in a written report and electronic copy – which will be confidentially and securely sent via a complimentary My Wealth Cloud account or can be sent to a nominated accountant or solicitor.

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