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Inside H&R Block's plan to bring financial advice to the masses

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17 April 2020 by Aleks Vickovich, AFR

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For between $150 and $300, they can receive single-issue advice on topics such as retirement planning, life and risk insurance, superannuation or investing. Or they can access an 18-page retirement report, with no financial product recommended, for $50.

It's a far cry from the average fees of almost $3000 per client per annum charged by financial advisers in 2019, according to research house Adviser Ratings.


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