Landing a new job is an exciting time that offers new opportunities, challenges and often a change in your financial circumstances. We look at the aspects of your finances that may need to be reviewed when you start a new job.
Once you’ve successfully landed that new job, it’s understandable to think that after the time spent polishing your resume and tackling interviews that your only focus should be the new role at hand. However, along with a new set of responsibilities, a change in role may also mean a change in your salary which should be factored into your overall financial plan. It’s good practice to work with your financial adviser to regularly review your financial plan and a new job is a great opportunity for that. We look at the more common items that may need updating when you take on a new role.