What's the difference between advice and guidance
Advice is given by a professional adviser such as IFAs, financial planners, wealth managers and pension specialists. Advice is regulated by the FCA, protecting you from negligent advice and will give you tailored recommendations for your individual circumstances and ensure that the best option or combination of options for your circumstances is found, even if this goes against what you originally thought to be the best decision for you. Taking advice usually costs money.
Speak to one of our pensions specialists today and see how we can help you find the best income for your pension. We can:
Guidance gives a general overview of the options available on the market for free by highly trained specialists. Guidance services won't tell you what to do with your money and you will need to research the market to find the right products and providers to suit your needs and preferences. There's no protection available, but taking guidance is a good place to start to help you understand the various choices available.
For guidance on your defined contribution pension we recommend Pension Wise, a free government service offering impartial guidance on your pension options.
To book an appointment call 0800 138 3944 8am to 10pm everyday
Pension Wise won't recommend any products or tell you what to do with your money.
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