Enjoy greater peace-of-mind and experience less stress by setting yourself up with financial plan for achieving your goals.
Enjoy greater peace-of-mind and experience less stress by setting yourself up with financial plan for achieving your goals. We understand that most people find the thought of implementing a financial plan pretty daunting. Our aim is to make getting financial advice a simple and rewarding experience. Financial issues remain the leading cause of stress amongst Australians and the benefits of Financial Advice are widely documented, yet only 20% of Australians receive financial advice. With so many benefits on offer, more Australians should be getting advice. The three main reasons why Australians don’t get around to getting advice is TIME, MONEY and TRUST. We don’t have the time, we’re not sure if it’s worth getting advice and we don’t know which advisers we can trust. The purpose of the National Advice Network is to make it easy for Australians to connect with a licensed, suitably qualified financial planner.
Although you pay a fee for advice, good financial planning advice should never cost you money – it should be seen as an investment. We work with advisers who have a proven track record of getting results for clients. Before committing to any advice, you will be shown a breakdown that illustrates the benefits of the proposed advice. That way you get to make an informed decision and you only go ahead if the advice improves your situation. There is no obligation to proceed with the advice and the National Advice Network don’t charge you a fee if you decide not to proceed.
Choosing the right adviser can make all the difference. There are advisers that specialise in certain areas and there are experienced advisers and new advisers. Before getting advice you can talk to your adviser and ask them questions to make sure you are happy with them. We like to work with advisers that have excellent track records and the right skills to help you get the best results. Before joining a financial advisory firm, they will provide you with a Financial Services Guide that outlines their experience, education and licensing details.