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Clerical Medical puts IFA &#39chatline&#39 in new Website

Clerical Medical is launching a new website which includes a on-line discussion site where IFA net heads can swap experiences and talk over their problems.


The public can also access the site but it is 80 per cent dedicated to IFAs and includes a &#39Find an IFA&#39 service for consumers.


It also provides full products and services information, the ability to download application forms and a separate financial planning centre containing tax tables, pensions briefing notes and technical guides.


Website project manager Harriet Gillingham says: &#34Our website has been built with IFAs for IFAs. Eighty per cent of the site is dedicated to providing IFAs with information which can help them build their businesses and save them time and money.&#34

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