Why Wealth Management Is Often A Taboo Subject For Contractors


When it comes to wealth management it's advisable not to worry about the short-term situation. It's also advisable to get help and advice from an organisation used to working with contractors


Published on 06 December 2013

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Contractors are often risk averse when it comes to monetary investments of any kind. They may be used to living a rather uncertain life anyway as they go from contract to contract. Even though this is a lifestyle that they have chosen for themselves and they are quite happy with the volatility associated, they nevertheless need to make very clear decisions about their wealth management tactics for the future.

Professional Representation Network comes across this phenomenon on a regular basis. The organisation is used to advising contractors about the way that they manage not only their contract seeking activities and job applications, but also how they should manage their wealth and lifestyle. The organisation often advises the risk averse contractor to consider making regular, even if small investments to minimise the effects they may come across during short term market turbulence.

If you take a very long-term view of wealth management and investments you can see that in general we’re always looking at appreciation. Turbulence in the market is almost always shorter-term, even though when it is happening it can be very scary for the average investor.

Minimise that short-term effect by not worrying when market turbulence hits. If you commit to making those regular investments you will be buying across a broad range and according to a wide variety of prices, as they go up and down naturally. The tactic will ensure that you feel a substantially smaller effect on average and don’t need to worry about trying to do it on a piecemeal basis when it feels “right.”

Professional Representation Network also advises contractors about pension investments, which can be really appetising due to the tax relief that’s available. The Chancellor of the Exchequer may do his best to put a lid on the potential savings available, but it’s still the case that you can get as much as 50% or even 60% relief in certain circumstances. The fact that you can effectively use this tax buffer means that you’ll feel fewer effects if the market turns turbulent every now and again. Once again, over the life of the investment you’re likely to see a very nice gain in terms of appreciation.

The moral here is that when it comes to wealth management it’s advisable not to worry about the short-term situation. It’s also advisable to get help and advice from an organisation used to working with contractors in your field of operations.


The Professional Representation Network is a complete contracting provider, providing a variety of services to contractors from varying industries around the world. PRN identifies opportunities, negotiates contracts and provides support to contractors at every stage of the relationship. Relying on 40 years of experience in consulting and representation and access to an established network, PRN brings passion to help develop a contractor’s professional life.


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Posted 2013-12-06 15:58:00