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...

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