Some 76% of advisers will use a fee structure in which they charge as a percentage of assets, according to new research.
Some 49% of advisers say they will charge on a fixed-fee basis, and 39% of the advisers said they would also offer charging on an hourly rate.
The survey, conducted by Opinium Research, questioned 200 IFAs on their preparation for, and opinions on, the Retail Distribution Review (RDR).
Despite the RDR deadline being just six weeks away, the same research found that less than half of IFAs have informed their whole client base of the impending changes to their charging structure (44%).
However, the research found a third (33%) of advisers considered RDR to be a good thing. Furthermore, a quarter (24%) said RDR will transform the market for the better.
The biggest challenges faced by advisers in preparing for RDR were cited as achieving the relevant qualifications (21%), keeping up to date with policy changes (20%) and defining the business proposition (19%).
Alexa Nightingale, head of financial services research at Opinium, said: "With the deadline for RDR looming large, it is good to see that many IFAs believe the new regulation will improve the market.
"Although many advisers may still be skeptical, it is also positive to see that others think the reform will only increase the value of their advice to investors.
"While there are still challenges for advisers to get themselves ready before the end of the year, some are clearly realising the opportunities and looking to make it work."
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