Half of people would not consider taking advice - Hargreaves Lansdown

Ayesha Venkataraman
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Half of 2,000 people surveyed by Opinium, on behalf of Hargreaves Lansdown, would consider seeking financial advice, with the other half citing the expense and length of commitment as the main reasons for not wanting to do so. Of those who did not think they would ever take advice, a third (35%) said it was because they already knew what they were doing, a similar number (29%) said it was too expensive and 28% said they lacked enough money to make it worthwhile. Additionally, 21% of those not seeking advice cited their lack of trust in advisers as a reason and 7% dismissed advice for ...

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