Clients view early advice as big benefit, Fairstone survey shows

'Get them while they're young'

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Clients view early advice as big benefit, Fairstone survey shows
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Clients view early advice as big benefit, Fairstone survey shows

A third of people in their twenties taking financial advice wished they had started at an even younger age according to Fairstone's annual client survey which is published as part of its latest report, entitled Changing Landscape: Retirement is not just for the old.

The survey of 1,600 Fairstone clients found that a further 50% of people polled across all age groups echoed this, with 98% saying that they thought starting a financial plan as early as possible is beneficial....

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