Over a fifth of UK adults won't seek finance advice, even if free

Mark Battersby
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Over a fifth of UK adults say they won't seek finance advice, even if it was free while one in ten UK adults do not trust financial advisers and less than half of UK adults have ever seen a financial adviser, according to a new report by Canada Life and financial services consultancy, AKG. The  ‘State of Flux' report considers the many factors that shape the current financial advice market, and the potential challenges and opportunities that may be posed for the future industry.  The report proposes that the advice gap could widen before there is any chance of it closing.  Currently, ...

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