Research reveals 5.8 million Britons would pay for financial advice if it were cheaper

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Nearly six million people would be willing to pay for advice if it cost less, according to research conducted by the online financial advice service OpenMoney in conjunction with YouGov. The findings form part of a detailed look at the nation's wealth, debt and the need for advice: The UK Advice Gap: Are Consumer Needs For Advice And Guidance Being Met?  The study reviewed four advice gaps identified by Citizens Advice in 2015 to understand whether they still exist and if the availability ...

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Christopher Copper-Ind

Christopher Copper-Ind is editor-in-chief of International Investment. Before this, he was editorial director of The Business Year, from 2014 to 2017.