Americans in Need of Retirement Planning Knowledge

The American College of Financial Services
PlanSponsor
September 16, 2020

In The College’s 2020 Retirement Income Literacy Survey, a majority of Americans at or near retirement age revealed they don’t have enough knowledge about financial planning to properly prepare for a life after working. This includes deficient knowledge in the area of preserving and sustaining the assets they already have over their retirement years.

Based on the survey’s findings, financial advisors need to step up and address the shortfalls with better education and partnership with their clients. Read all the details in this piece from PlanSponsor.

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