The problem there, Simples, is that if a consumer goes to any other professional - accountants, doctors, lawyers etc - and gets general info or factual info, for whatever reason they call it advice. It doesn't help that these other professionals also call it "advice" and charge accordingly. It's no wonder they're confused. Maybe that's what financial advisers need to do?
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