NLP Financial Management support JW3

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JW3 ( ) is the first Jewish Community Centre and arts venue of its kind to exist in London, opening on Finchley Road in 2013.

The aim of JW3 is to transform the Jewish landscape in London by helping to create a vibrant, diverse and proud community, inspired by and engaged in Jewish arts, culture and community.

As part of its desire to create a lively and informative community offering a wide range of classes, activities and events, JW3 have asked NLP Financial Management (NLPFM) to work with them in delivering some key financial educational sessions.  The first one took place in October 2018 and more are planned throughout 2019.

These sessions are focused on Inheritance Tax planning and Financial Planning post-retirement, including gifting assets to family members, life insurance, equity release and the use of trusts.  The tax benefits of leaving a legacy to charity are also covered and to support this, NLPFM are working on this JW3 project alongside a highly respected local firm of solicitors, Manuel Swaden  (, who deal with Trusts, wills and powers of attorney.

We will continue to provide our time and expertise to JW3 this year in the form of financial planning and collaboration encouraging members of both the Jewish and wider community in London to feel better equipped and confident to manage their money more effectively.


Crowdfunding appeal for disadvantaged youths this Christmas

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As part of our corporate social responsibility and personal interests, NLP Financial Management are proud to support Youth Engagement Solutions Ltd (YES) and be company sponsors of Cricklewood Wanderers, which is the football club associated to this Charity.

YES work with disadvantaged young people, mainly in the Borough of Brent, with the objective of turning them away from criminal activity and unemployment and directing them into playing a positive role within the community.  Ultimately they help them find work and a means to become financially independent.

The dedicated staff team at YES previously worked within the homeless charity Ashford Place but due to a drastic cut in services, they needed to set up as a standalone charity to continue the services that had been run successfully at Ashford Place for over 7 years.  They have worked with 1,550 young people in that time and found jobs for 674 of those people (88% have retained the jobs), 12 young people started their own business,  241 people have gone into further education and 37 have pursued a  career in professional football through playing initially through their successful amateur club, Cricklewood Wanderers FC.  These achievements are quite remarkable and have transformed the lives of so many young people!

Like all new charities (YES was started in July 2015) one of the biggest challenges is funding, especially at certain times of the year when grants are often not considered which is the case currently, until February 2018.  They rely heavily on donations and have recently launched a Crowdfunding appeal to help raise additional money over the festive period.  If you can support in any small way, during this season of goodwill please click on the link below and we thank you for taking the time to read this article and lending your support:

NLPFM Staff Cycle for Charity!

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Here at NLP Financial Management, charity is very close to our hearts.   We are regularly assisting with projects with a local youth charity, as well as many members of staff participating in various individual sponsored events, of which the company are always happy to support.

Sunday 18th June saw eight colleagues from NLPFM take on the “London to Brighton Bike Ride” in aid of the British Heart Foundation.

The mighty 54 mile course started from Clapham Common in South London, routed through the countryside over the South Downs and then up the dreaded Ditchling Beacon,  before a slow decent down to the Finishing Line on Brighton Seafront.

A superb team effort with all of Team NLPFM’s riders crossing the line in very competitive times, despite enduring all that the Ditchling Beacon and extreme heat could throw at us. Team NLPFM consisted (from left to right in picture) of Charlie, Mike, Tom, Jack, Stuart, Lisa, Tim and Jacob.  Chapeau (hat’s off!) to you all.

Thank you all for taking part and raising (so far!) a whopping £2,700 for the British Heart Foundation.

For anyone who still wishes to donate to the Team for their bike ride and help raise much needed funds for the British Heart Foundation, please click on the following link:


London to Brighton Bike Ride 2017