In the next 10 or 20 years financial advice is going to change a lot.
Even though technology will become more advanced and “robo-advice” will become more popular, it won’t replace human interaction.
Low value advice can be done by a computer or automated system, but relationships and advice specific to a certain situation will remain with the advisor.
Each financial decision is hopefully leading a person further on their path towards where they want to be, and since we often “don’t know what we don’t know”, using automated advice still won’t fill all the gaps.
After all, Google can give us great resources but it can’t give advice specific to what is needed.