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VIDEO: Your guide to the Retail Distribution Review – how to get value for money

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15/01/2013
Should investors go it alone or seek professional advice?

Part two of Sensible Investing’s guide to RDR explains what investors need to know about the new regime; how they can make sure they are getting the advice they are paying for; or whether they should ‘go it alone’ and invest without professional advice at all.

 

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