Dartington Benefits is a trading style of Dartington Wealth Management and deals with workplace pensions and other workplace benefits, including group life insurance, medial insurance and income protection schemes.

The firm is based in Cambridge and has a history going back over 50 years. Founded in 1962 and originally called C C Lee & Co. it was taken over by Money Wise Independent Financial Advisers in 2009. Following the sale of Money Wise there was a management buy-out of the Cambridge business which was transferred from Money Wise to a new company called Dartington Wealth Management and started trading 1st July 2016.

We provide independent fee based advice to individuals, business owners, charities and trustees, for both our wealth management and our workplace benefits (aka employee benefits) services.

Serviced Areas

  • Cambridge

Contact Details

  City Cambridge
  Postcode CB1 7BN
  Address Clifton Road
  Phone Number 01223 211 122

Products & Services

Business protection is about providing financial support if a director, partner or key employee dies or becomes seriously ill.
Providing financial support at a time when it is vital for the business to recover quickly and minimise the impact on profits is crucial for business continuity. In simple terms there are four main business protection insurances you can buy that will safeguard your business:
1. Shareholder / partnership insurance
2. Key person insurance
3. Relevant life policies
4. Loan repayment insurance

Directors pensions remain one of the most tax-efficient ways for business owners and directors to accumulate wealth for retirement.

You receive tax relief at your highest marginal rate on all personal contributions and your company contributions do not attract income tax or national insurance, unlike other benefits. Further, the company contributions are treated as a business expense and so offset against profits when calculating the company’s liability to corporation tax.

Good employers understand the need to support their employees by providing a range of workplace benefits that provide them and their families with a sense of financial security. A visible, valuable benefits package also helps attract and retain talent for your business.

To achieve a return on your investment for providing workplace benefits, you need to be sure your employees understand the true value to them. Our approach will help you achieve that objective.

Customer Testimonials

I have had honest advice and when my husband died they did all the necessary paper work for me very swiftlly and did not charge. A friendly professional firm who quickly understand your needs – no hard sell – your protection paramount

I have been with Dartington since before they were Dartington, and the level of service has continued at the same high standard

Oliver listens well and readily understands the views and concerns of the client. He advises in a way that leaves plenty of room for us to make informed decisions. He is prepared to leave things as they are and not make changes for changes sake. He has a down to earth approach and doesn’t use jargon. As a client I feel consulted and very much a part of the decision making process. The effect of the options under discussion are set out clearly so that when decisions are taken one feels comfortable with the outcome. The advice given is realistic and doesn’t over promise

My adviser Chris Galpin is very good at explaining how our investments and pensions work, and he is always available should we need advice

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