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Technology the way to cut admin time – survey

Eighty per cent of IFAs spend less than 35 per cent of their time actually advising clients, according to research from 1st Software.

The survey shows 55 per cent of advisers see improved use of technology as the most effective way for advisers to be able to spend more time with clients, with 36 per cent saying reductions in legislation and regulation.

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