Hourly rates charged by advisers have fallen by 14% over the last year, research by adviser search website Unbiased suggests, putting rates in line with those charged before the Retail Distribution Review (RDR).
The median charge for financial advice per hour fell from £175 per hour in 2013 to £150 in 2014, according to a latest poll of 140 advisers conducted in October. It was £153 in 2012. Fees for various...
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