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Why use a SOLLA adviser?

The Society of Later Life Advisers was founded in 2008 as a not for profit organisation, to meet the need of consumers, advisers and those who provide financial products and services to the later life market. Our aim is to ensure that consumers are better informed about the financial issues of later life and can find a fully accredited adviser quickly and easily.

Find a SOLLA adviser

Finding a specialist adviser can be difficult our search facility is easy to use and will find fully accredited advisers within a fifty mile radius. You will be able to find their contact details, the type of advice they give and details about their payment terms.

Care and financial advice

SOLLA ensure that all the advisers on this site have fully satisfied all criteria to become an accredited adviser. This means peace of mind and assurance that the advice you are given is from financial advisers who have proved they have specialist knowledge of the sector.

What people are saying

Accessing quality and specialist advice is crucial to older people now more than ever.  The Society of Later Life Advisers provides a framework which ensures this advice is available and easily accessible to those who need it, and importantly, that the advisers who  give this advice are trust worthy and empathetic, as well as having the appropriate knowledge to help older people with their financial affairs.

- Hayley Tink – Member of SOLLA and Chartered Financial Planner of the Year 2012

We will probably have to wait for the advent of the Financial Conduct Authority before a greater focus is put on protecting the interests of consumers, young and old. The FCA cannot come quick enough in my eyes. As for members of the Society of Later Life Advisers, keep flying the flag for quality advice to the elderly.

- Jeff Prestridge, personal finance editor of Financial Mail on Sunday

Most advisers in banks would not have the specialist “CF8” long-term care qualification, which was introduced to prevent mis-selling. Independent financial advisers who are members of the Society of Later Life Advisers (Solla) are best qualified to give long-term care advice, and offer customers the choice to pay upfront fees or commission.

- Dr Ros Altmann, director-general of Saga