Bleak Retirement Survey Reveals Silver Lining for Financial Advisers

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Bleak Retirement Survey Reveals Silver Lining for Financial Advisers

Mar 14, 2012

In a separate study conducted for the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards released today, Americans recognize that they have more responsibility than ever for their own financial security, including retirement. But they still expect the government to provide the crucial social safety net of Social Security and Medicare benefits.

More than 80% of respondents say they recognize the urgency of creating a financial plan and nearly 60% said they would benefit from the counsel of a financial adviser, said Kevin Keller, CFP Board Executive Officer. Read more >

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Mary Beth Franklin
March 14, 2012

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