The careers based podcast for the financial planning profession
The USP's of a career in financial advice
The role of the financial adviser is best-suited to professionals who want to make a difference in the lives of others and enjoy building relationships.
Successful financial planners need to be self-motivated and totally dedicated to gaining the knowledge and expertise required to deliver high-quality financial planning.
If you’re starting out as an administrator, trainee, or you’re simply looking for a career change, becoming a financial adviser offers plenty of career progression. Whether you want to be your own boss as an IFA (independent financial adviser), or become a partner of a firm
Flexible working schedule
The key is to build up a great client base. Once you have established yourself, you can begin to schedule meetings around your personal calendar.
Giving meaningful advice
You have the power to give your clients some really life-changing advice. Creating that positive change for someone else is really what makes this career path so meaningful. This, in turn, can make you the master of your own finances. Enhancing not just your client’s net worth, but your own.
High earning potential
There is huge earning potential within the financial planning profession. Essentially, you can earn as little or as much as you’re able. Help to manage your expectations by downloading our 2022 salary guide here.
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