How financial advice can help

We believe in the value of financial advice. In today’s complex and ever changing financial world, it’s never been more important to seek qualified and experienced guidance to help you secure a successful financial future.

The major goal is to make it easier for all people to access and benefit from receiving the right advice for their individual needs and objectives.

Whether it be simple fact based information to make your own decisions or holistic advice from a qualified financial adviser, we’re here to help.

The role of a financial adviser

A qualified financial adviser will work with you and take into account your whole situation and unique circumstances. They will tailor a plan to help you achieve your short and long-term goals as well as protect you, your assets and loved ones.

A financial adviser will help you:

  1. Invest tax-effectively
  2. Choose the most appropriate investment strategy
  3. Make the most of your super
  4. Protect your assets
  5. Protect you and your family
  6. Plan for retirement

Importantly, research tells us that the benefits of financial advice extend far beyond measurable financial gains – to improved physical health and well-being and increased personal happiness.

The true value of advice

There’s a lot to consider when trying to secure your financial future. Should I pay off the mortgage or put money into super…. but what about renovations? When can I stop work? How do I afford the children’s education?

Good financial advice answers these questions by mapping out your goals and putting strategies in place to achieve them. The traditional measures of financial advice success have focused on achieving tangible goals, such as retiring earlier, relative investment returns, or simply spending less.

While these financial benefits of advice have long been established, we have evidence financial advice gives you much more…

The true value of advice. Our survey of 521 advised and non-advised participants revealed those who receive ongoing financial planning advice experience1:

  • 13% greater levels of overall personal happiness
  • 21% overall increase in peace of mind
  • 19% less likelihood to have arguments with loved ones.

Meanwhile those who don’t receive financial advice were:

  • 22% more likely to have their sleep disrupted due to money concerns
  • 15% more likely to feel stress and anxiety
  • 11% more likely to feel concerned about their finances.

What’s more, 83 per cent of clients surveyed endorsed the value of financial advice by saying it’s also important for their loved ones to have good financial advice!

Even if you have your financial house in order, a financial adviser provides the comfort and peace of mind of a well thought out plan, a plan that ensures you are better prepared for the future. Furthermore, advice extends beyond measurable financial gains, to improved physical health, stronger relationships and personal happiness.

That’s the true value of advice