Dealing with the financial implications of bereavement


Yellowtail Financial Planning managing director Dennis Hall talks to Helen Morrissey about why he decided to write a guide to putting financial plans in place to deal with the death of a spouse.

Why did you decide to write this book and when is it due to be published? We are going to do a launch for the book, Who Will it Hurt When I Die? on 31 October and it will be available to buy on Amazon as well as via our website. Writing this book has been a long and torturous journey. It started about three years ago when we took a look at our client bank and we realised we had many single women, many of whom were widows. As advisers we have seen the problems these women have had to go through over the years when their spouse has passed away. They can face a lot of problems and we...

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