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Why financial advice matters

Everyone looks for advice at some point in their lives. Whether it’s from parents, best friends or colleagues it’s a rare individual who’s knowledgeable enough on every subject to get by without an occasional helping hand.

This section is all about demonstrating the value of financial advice, what it can do for you and why it’s worth weighing up the cost against the long-term financial benefits.

Trust luck or trust judgement?

Bust those financial money myths and find out how advice can help.

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How an adviser helps… you become more tax efficient

Death and taxes might be life’s only certainties but a financial adviser can at least help you to mitigate one of those!

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How an adviser helps… you buy a house

Few nations are more enthusiastic about owning property than the British. We love our bricks and mortar, and it’s the ambition of the vast majority of us to pay off our...

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How an adviser helps… you deal with market volatility

It’s a fact of life that shares go up and down. But few people want their savings or retirement fund to be on the equivalent of the...

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How an adviser helps… preserve your legacy for your loved ones

Woody Allen had it about right. He once said: “I'm not afraid of death. I just don't want to be there when it happens.”

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Seven reasons why you need financial advice

What can adviser do for you that you can’t do for yourself, and how much difference will they actually make to your savings and invesments?

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How an adviser helps… plan for long-term investing

Working with a financial adviser can pay dividends when it comes to investing.

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How an adviser helps… protect your assets and family

How can a financial adviser help you protect the financial security of you and your family?

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How an adviser helps… plan for retirement

A financial adviser can help you with all aspects of retirement planning – whether you’re starting to save for a pension or approaching the stage in life when you need to use it.

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Looking after the bigger financial picture

Lots of people approach their finances in a piecemeal way, buying products at different times as the need arises. But wouldn’t it be better to review everything you have as a whole?

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