So, picking and paying for an IFA (Independent Financial Adviser) this is an article from Money Savings Expert, see the link to the article below.
Basically, as Amy Roberts writes
Taking financial advice is going to cost you. But when it comes to making life-changing financial decisions, it might save you money in the long run.
This guide will help you understand what a financial adviser is and whether you need to use one. It’ll explain the questions you should ask and, most importantly, how much it’ll cost.
What is a financial adviser?
Throughout your life you’re likely to need different financial products. A financial adviser can help you make the right decision about the best product for you.
While the advice isn’t free and DIY options are available, if you’re looking at getting a complex product, even some money-savvy people see the value in paying for an adviser to ensure they get it right.
There are two types of financial advice you can get, independent or restricted
Independent financial advisers (IFAs)
If an adviser is ‘independent’ or a firm advertises that it gives ‘independent advice’ this means that it’s able to advise and sell products from any provider right across the market. Therefore you should get the very best advice and products tailored just for you.
In contrast, and as the name suggests, if an adviser or firm is restricted it can only recommend certain products or product providers to you. The adviser should clearly be able to explain the nature of the restriction to you, but if you’re not sure, ask.
Buxton Beresford is also highly rated by its clients on “Vouched for,” the site where clients can comment on the service we give and the advice, clients are verified before their reviews are left for the public to see.
What better way than be highly rated by clients!