People who receive either independent or restricted financial advice are on average £40,000 better off than their unadvised peers, research by the International Longevity Centre-UK (ILC-UK) has found.
The research, supported by Royal London, found those who received financial advice between 2001-2007 had accumulated "significantly more" liquid financial assets and pension wealth than their unadvised...
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