Financial advisers are highly qualified professionals who can help to keep you accountable and coach you towards achieving your financial goals. People who use a financial adviser can feel more peace, satisfaction and less anxiety towards their finances, than those who have never used an adviser.

If you’re concerned about the costs of a financial adviser, there are other free resources that could help you make a start.

  • The MoneyHelper website is part of this offering, with impartial guidance, information, and tools.
  • PensionWise, a service from MoneyHelper, also offers impartial guidance specifically for over 50s.
  • Citizen’s Advice has advice on a wide range of topics, including money matters.

If you’re ready to take the step of seeking financial advice, you can find an adviser near you by visiting MoneyHelper. Some employers offer free financial advice as a workplace benefit, so be sure to check if this is something available to you first.

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