The Heath Reports are designed to identify the market for professional advice for UK Consumers. It has been very influential particularly with the Treasury Select Committee.

Each Report has been created by a mixture of publicly available statistics and the Heath Report Survey into the attitudes of advisers on issues surrounding their businesses. This version is the 4th in the last 6 years

It is essential that we receive the maximum number of responses as not only does it help develop each report but also ensures that the Report is taken seriously by those in power.

As a small incentive, we will draw 3 respondees to each receive £500 Amazon Vouchers.

We would like to thank Panacea, Action Consulting, Octo as well as IFAA members and IFAA Blogees for promoting the survey. We would also like to thanks to FECIF for its assistance.

Here is our link to the survey: TH4 Survey

Let's Dance Time for Analysis not Opinion

It is more than time we abandoned urban myths and legend and professionally researched the FSCS issues.
19 Nov 2020

FCA attempts to rewrite the Winslow Boy

O.K. Heath: You Jolly Japer, what the hell is the link between CP20/11 and the plot of the Winslow Boy?
10 Sep 2020

So, Is It Time to Change the FSCS Levy? A Blog with added Gift

The simple answer is yes…. and is has been for 3 decades
3 Aug 2020

Smile let's see Progress

The FCA’s Law of Unintended Consequences
27 Jul 2020

Let’s Annoy Regulation and Talk Up the Benefit of Advice

There is no shortage of Wannabe critics at the moment and they all have their agendas.
14 Jul 2020

The Traditional IFA is Back and the Sector Grows by 1.3m!

In January 2020, we conducted a new survey as a sequel to the survey for the Heath Report 3 in January 2018.
23 Jun 2020

Has Carey put us in the right street?

An explanation on how failing to fight costed us £158m
29 May 2020

Will the FCA allow us to we restore our reputation?

Last Christmas, we appeared to have a clear horizon. The election was over. Boris had a solid majority.
14 May 2020

How many Zooms are you allowed to do?

Last Christmas, we appeared to have a clear horizon. The election was over. Those who has sought to undermine the will of the public had lost
12 May 2020

How is your Uggr?

4 May 2020

Covid will not close the Impartial Financial Advisers Association

However horrendous this outbreak has become, the IFAA is pressing on with doing our job.
18 Mar 2020

FCA - Are we skewing the advice market?'

How the FCA undermines Parliament
26 Jan 2020
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