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  • Russell David Stagg says:

    It is interesting that the focus is always on the advisory charges – but these are actually only a small part of the product charges. Should the review not look a little harder at the whole charging structure and not simply keep blaming the poor financial adviser?
    As the article states how do you value advice that results in you NOT moving your $1m DB scheme?
    Secondly what is the true cost of not saving for your future? Does the state pick up the bill for people who retire with next to nothing through the welfare system?

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