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Getting the right financial advice

A divorce or separation may mean that you have more or a little less money than you did before you separated. Regardless of your situation, a financial adviser could help you to get on the right path to create the financial future that you desire.

You might find yourself with more disposable cash than before. Alternatively you may find yourself with assets that you don’t quite know how to manage (such as shares). Regardless of your situation, a financial adviser could help you to get on the right path to create the financial future that you desire.

Focus on creating a strategy that offers a suitable return for you and your future needs.  Whether you are saving for a long-term goal of travel, education (for yourself or your family members) debt reduction or home deposit, a financial adviser could help.

As part of the Westpac Group, BT Financial Group has a proven track record in helping Australians with smart investments, insurance, super and advice.

BT makes getting the right financial information easier with four options for you to choose from:

  1. Ask An Adviser gives you a way to ask a specific question and receive general advice for free. Please allow for up to 48 hours for a response
  2. BT Customer service call 131 817
  3. BT Adviser View is a location-based service where you can select an adviser in your area, review their qualifications, area of speciality and read reviews from fellow customers who have received personal advice.
  4. Meet your BT Financial Adviser at your local Westpac branch for a comprehensive review and personalised advice and strategy. Call 1800 209 291.

 

Making your finances work hard for you is an important step to ensuring you have a secure financial future.

Contact a BT financial adviser today.