It’s almost universally recognised that the best way for most people to secure financial freedom is to devise, implement and manage a sound, tailor-made strategy with an independent financial adviser (IFA).
But choosing the right IFA, a professional who will manage your money and help you meet your long-term objectives, is not always easy. Yet it’s crucial to get it right. Your finances are too important for you and your family and mistakes are too costly to select the wrong financial mentor.
By asking your potential financial advisor these 7 questions, I believe you will avoid most of the potential pitfalls.