Welcome to Assured Financial Services Ltd

Assured Financial Services Ltd has been been providing quality financial advice to clients since 2005. Based in Widnes we have offices on both Liverpool Road and Albert Road and are looking to help clients in and around the Merseyside and Cheshire area.  

Planning for a secure future, be it for yourself, your family or your business, is one of the most important steps you will ever take. Changes in your circumstances or the effects of inflation will require you to regularly review and act upon your financial situation.  

We can provide you with a personal wealth management service designed to meet your short and long-term needs. We can help you reach your financial goals by offering you the appropriate advice and guidance now, and by ensuring that any plans put in place remain effective in the future no matter how your circumstances change.  

We can help you with your mortgage needs, so whether you are buying your first home, moving home, looking for a better deal or want to get involved in the Buy-to-Let market you're in safe hands. Some Buy To Let Mortgages are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority  

Whatever your situation, we will work closely with you to create a financial strategy personalised to the specific needs relevant to you as an individual, your family or your business.  

Some of the services we offer include:  

• Retirement planning

• Investment Planning

• Protection (life, critical illness, income protection)

• Mortgage services

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) does not regulate some forms of mortgage

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