The benefits of taking financial advice have again been confirmed by research. The findings of a recent International Longevity Centre UK (ILC) study for insurer Royal London suggest that those who took advice around the turn of the century were on average over £47,000 better off a decade later, when compared with those who did not.
David Sinclair, Director at ILC commented, on the findings: “The simple fact is that those who take advice are likely to be richer in retirement. But it is still the case that far too many people who take out investments and pensions do not use financial advice. And only a minority of the population has seen a financial adviser. We must now work together to get more people through the ‘front door’ of advice.”
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