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Wifas offers advice to Scope members

Woolwich Independent Financial Advisory Services is linking up with cerebral palsy charity Scope to provide help and financial advice to its members and supporters.

Wifas is offering free initial financial planning meetings and will assist Scope&#39s fundraising by donating “a significant proportion” of its commission earnings. The IFA is also working with Scope to help its advisers develop a sense of how best to conduct business with disabled customers.

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