The financial advice sector should move away from describing advice professionals as ‘financial planners’ or ‘financial advisers’ and adopt more descriptive definitions in order to demystify financial advice. While the two current terms are well understood by those who receive advice, those who do not receive advice consider advisers and planners differently and do not see the need to deal with them.

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