Boring Money and Wealth Wizards link to plug advice gap

Strategic partnership to improve access to financial advice

Jenna Brown
clock • 2 min read

Boring Money and Wealth Wizards have joined forces in a bid to improve access to financial advice and close the so-called advice gap.

Boring Money, a consumer website, and Wealth Wizards, a financial guidance and advice technology provider, said their strategic partnership could help millions of people currently unable to access financial advice. The firms said their joint initiative would focus on the 12 million UK adults currently in the advice gap who want help with financial planning or retirement needs. The tie-up will result in a retirement planning calculator being made available to Boring Money's readers, with follow-up content, actions and independent pension provider reviews to support learning and informed c...

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