A busy week in financial planning

30 Nov 2012

Top tips and blogs

Throughout Financial Planning Week we have all been playing our part to encourage consumers to plan their finances. Twitter has been buzzing with advisers tweeting their top financial tips, while at unbiased.co.uk we have hadfive fantastic guest blogs from our media advisers! From financial education for children to planning for retirement, our advisers have been sharing their thoughts and advice, as part of our continued work promoting the importance of financial advice for consumers. It's not too late to share your own top tips on Twitter - don't forget to use the #fpwuk hashtag to show your support!

Scott Gallacher, Rowley Turton, shared his thoughts on financial education for children in his guest blog this week. What financial issues do you think children should be educated about? You can join in with the discussion on LinkedIn!

Show off your qualifications!

With RDR just around the corner, a recent poll from the IFP says 54% of consumers will be more encouraged to seek financial advice following the changes RDR will bring. Consumers have said transparent fees and higher qualification standards will give them more confidence to seek advice. So make sure you have added all your hard earned accreditations and qualifications to your profile, they could make the difference for potential clients!

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