Financial advice improves emotional wellbeing - Royal London research

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 An ongoing relationship with an adviser amplifies the emotional, as well as the financial, benefits" - Royal London's Tom Dunbar.
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An ongoing relationship with an adviser amplifies the emotional, as well as the financial, benefits" - Royal London's Tom Dunbar.

Professional financial advice delivers much more than financial benefits, according to Royal London, which has released research suggesting those who take advice feel more confident and financially resilient.

The life company found that the vast majority of the 17 million people who have received financial advice in the UK felt positive about their adviser. Eight out of 10 (82%) clients were satisfied with...

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