The issue of affordability and access to financial support

Just 15 per cent of Australians seek financial advice and consumer research shows that most clients do not see the value in advice delivered at the common price point of $3,000 – so, how can that be addressed?

On a new episode of the ifa show, host Neil Griffiths is joined by financial adviser- turned money coach and chief executive and founder of Women Talking Finance, Karen Eley, to tackle the issue.

As well as sharing a bit about her background and career transition, Karen gives her take on the issue of affordability and access to financial support and what both the sector and consumer can do in finding a solution.

For more on affordable advice strategies, be sure to check out the ifa Future Forum taking place at the Four Seasons Sydney on 8 October.

Click here to learn more about the ifa Future Forum and register your interest.
The issue of affordability and access to financial support
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