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Low uptake of financial advice in Australia

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Many Australians are not financially literate, and do not appreciate the value of financial advice. They don't know what it is, let alone appreciate it.

Many Australians are not financially literate, and do not appreciate the value of financial advice. They don't know what it is, let alone appreciate it.

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  • 1. Low Uptake of Financial Advice
    According to member research the 46-55 years and 56-65 years segments* show a low inclination to see a financial planner/advisor.
    Advice remains the preserve of those who are already financially literate.
    * Tuning in to Super, AIST and Russell Investments,P54
    LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/robdawsonmarketing

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