Oscars analogy in New Forest financial planning

What's your New Forest story?

The recent Oscars highlight the different perspectives and needs of people at different stages of life, which Station Financial take into account in helping clients with financial planning. 

What's your story

The Oscars took place at the end of last month, celebrating the best talent in the film industry today.

Among the winners of the night were three films that tell the tales of three characters, all in very different stages of life.

Best Original Screenplay: ‘Promising Young Woman’

As the title suggests this film is about a young woman. She suffers trauma by a tragic event in her past and seeks vengeance for what happened.

Best International Feature: ‘Another Round’

A Scandinavian film about a group of middle-aged teachers who set out to test the theory that drinking can help depression.

Best Adapted Screenplay: ‘The Father’

Anthony Hopkins also won Best Actor in a Leading Role for his portrayal of an elderly man who begins to lose his grip on reality. 

Films tell stories, which offer different perspectives

Films tell stories. They can offer a unique lens by which we experience life from a different perspective.

Sometimes the perspective is somehow similar to our own, and you catch glimpses of your own lived experience.

Other times films help you see life from the viewpoint of someone whose lives and experiences are vastly different to our own.

Everyone has different perspectives, and different needs, at different stages of life

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At Station Financial we love meeting people! We love that everyone is unique, with their own story to tell.

Everyone has different needs and priorities at different stages of life, but whoever you are and whatever stage of life you are in, it’s good to consider your financial position.

Why not seek advice for how best to manage your money to meet your current, or future needs?

Whatever your stage of life and perspective, Station Financial is here to help with financial choices and decisions

Whether you are a young man or woman, you have a bit more life experience or are reaching your more mature years, we are here to help you with any financial matters.

From insurance to investments to pensions, we are passionate about making your money work for you, no matter where you are in life.

Why not make an appointment today by calling 01425 611 666 for a free initial consultation.

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* The Parable of the Talents

Versions of the Parable of the Talents appear in the gospels of both Matthew and Luke. The story goes that a master puts his servants in charge of his goods while he is away on a trip. Upon his return, the master assesses the stewardship of his servants. He evaluates them according to how faithful each was in making wise investments of his goods to obtain a profit. It is clear that the master sought some profit from the servants' oversight. A gain indicated faithfulness on the part of the servants. The master rewards his servants according to how each has handled his stewardship. He judges two servants as having been "faithful" and gives them a positive reward. To the single "unfaithful" servant, who played it safe, a negative compensation is given.


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