WHAT HOLISTIC ACTUALLY MEANS TO YOU…OUR CLIENTS
HFL is a business that uses holistic techniques, this means that an entire organisation is considered in its processes and policies, as opposed to focusing only on a specific component.
By using the holistic approach to run a business, we will make certain that your business is running at its full potential, as opposed to simply having strong and weak areas.
Holistic thinking isn’t simply “out of the box”, but instead it believes that it removes the box altogether.
This type of business strategy is considered by many experts to be fundamental to achieving the successes that are desired. To reach the right goals, a proper foundation must be laid, and according to many, this foundation is a strong holistic business strategy.
The training for a holistic business strategy doesn’t involve only a handful of an organisation’s team members, but will instead involve the entire team. After all, since the entire basis of a holistic business strategy is that the entire company and its situation must be considered in order to achieve success, this is only possible if the entire staff of the business is functioning on this same level – and we do!
What can financial advice and leadership do for me?
Financial advice/leadership can make a big difference at any stage of your life or career. Starting a pension, starting a family, buying a house, setting up a business, investing for the future, protecting your family, planning your retirement… the list goes on.
Why use HFL advisers?
- Experienced advisers giving you confidence and peace of mind
- Regulated and highly qualified advisers
- Gain professional help with financial and legal matters – achieve your goals
- Access the best products and deals in the market
- Can leave you better off and save you time
- Advisers are unbiased and provide an independent service in your best interest
Help for first time buyers, homeowners looking to remortgage, and buy-to-let investors.Whether you’re a first-time buyer, a property developer or anything in between, finding the right mortgage is crucial. A mortgage adviser will consider all your circumstances to find you the most favourable deal, and will often have access to deals that you won’t find on the open market.
For saving and investing, improving tax efficiency, planning your retirement and funding your life goals.
How can you make the most of your money? An independent financial adviser (IFA) can show you how. From starting a business to raising a family, saving for the future and planning your retirement, professional advice can help boost your finances throughout the key stages of life.
For legal support including help with buying or selling a home, making a will, accident claims, divorce proceedings and employment law.You may need to take legal advice from a solicitor more often than you might think. Besides handling conveyancing, wills, divorce and other legal disputes, a solicitor can also be a valuable business adviser, helping with everything from business structure to staff contracts.
For a range of personal and business services including tax advice, payroll support, bookkeeping and audit.
If you have income from multiple sources then you may need an accountant; if you run a business, then you almost certainly will. As well as taking care of your tax return, an accountant can help you to be legitimately tax-efficient while meeting all regulatory requirements.
HFL Advisory Services Ltd has permission to trade as HFL and as Holistic Financial Leadership.
The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate National Savings products, tax planning, taxation and trust advice, offshore investments or school fees planning. Some forms of mortgage, for example buy to let mortgages, are not regulated by the FCA. The information contained within this site is subject to the UK regulatory regime and is therefore targeted primarily at consumers based in the UK.
We aspire to providing an excellent customer service at all times. However, in the event of a complaint, you can be assured that our robust complaints procedure would ensure that we investigate any expression of dissatisfaction that we receive. Should you be unhappy with our findings, you will usually have access to the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS). FOS is an agency for arbitrating on unresolved complaints between regulated firms and their clients. Full details of the FOS can be found on its website at www.financial-ombudsman.org.uk. HFL are covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). You may be entitled to compensation from the scheme if we cannot meet our obligations. This depends on the type of business and the circumstances of the claim.