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Protect and Insure

Prudent financial planning starts with a solid foundation – whether this is your home, your life, your income or your loved ones. We can help you by carrying out a personalised risk assessment before creating a solution tailored to your needs. You will have peace of mind, safe in the knowledge that you have financially secured your future.

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‘Nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes’
Benjamin Franklin

 

While there’s nothing you can do about this, you can minimise the impact through careful financial planning. Question – If you were to die, would this have a negative financial impact on somebody that you care about? If the answer is yes, chances are you need life insurance.

Life insurance provides a lump sum payment in the event of death (which can also be divided in to regular payments for family protection). At Henden Financial Limited we will help you assess your priorities and then research providers from across the market to create a competitive solution tailored to your needs.

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While death comes to us all, it’s serious illness that is perhaps our biggest risk. You could be more likely to suffer from Cancer, a Heart Attack or a Stroke before the age of 65 than to die. Ask yourself – If you were to suffer a serious illness and couldn’t work, would you struggle financially? If the answer is yes, chances are you need critical illness cover.
 

Critical Illness Cover provides a lump sum payment in the event of the diagnosis of a specified critical illness. At Henden Financial Limited, we will help you assess your priorities and then research providers from across the market to create a competitive solution tailored to your needs.

Each year close to 1 million people in the UK find themselves unable to work due to a serious illness or injury. Question – If your income was to stop due to accident or sickness, would you struggle to pay your bills and other living costs? If the answer is yes, chances are you need income protection.

Income protection provides a regular monthly payment in the event of being unable to work due to incapacity. At Henden Financial Limited, we will help you assess your priorities and then research providers from across the market to create a competitive solution tailored to your needs.

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Small to medium sized enterprises (SME’s) form the back bone of the UK Economy so it’s important they are financially protected. It’s important for you to think about how your business would cope if you were to lose an owner, partner or key employee through ill health or death.

We can help you financially protect your business by reviewing key areas such as
 

  • Key Person Protection

  • Business Loan Protection

  • Share Protection

  • Relevant Life Plans


​We will create a solution tailored for your business that gives you peace of mind, protects any shareholding and makes sure your business remains stable should the worst happen.

Each year close to 1 million people in the UK find themselves unable to work due to a serious illness or injury. Question – If your income was to stop due to accident or sickness, would you struggle to pay your bills and other living costs? If the answer is yes, chances are you need income protection.

Income protection (sometimes known as permanent health insurance) provides a regular monthly payment in the event of being unable to work due to incapacity. At Henden Financial Limited, we will help you assess your priorities and then research providers from across the market to create a competitive solution tailored to your needs.

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Writing a will is a crucial step in ensuring that your wishes are honored and your assets are distributed as per your intentions after you pass away. This legal document provides clarity and guidance to your loved ones, sparing them from potential confusion and conflicts during an already challenging time. When crafting a will, it's essential to consider all your assets, including property, finances, investments, and sentimental possessions.

 

Appointing an executor to oversee the distribution process is vital, as they will be responsible for carrying out your wishes and handling any administrative tasks. Additionally, it is essential to review and update your will periodically, especially after significant life events such as marriage, the birth of children, or acquiring new assets. Though contemplating mortality can be difficult, writing a will offers peace of mind and ensures your legacy lives on, providing comfort to your family and beneficiaries.

The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate Will Writing & Estate Planning.

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