Client Anxiety About Retirement Planning Escalates

The American College of Financial Services
April 13, 2020

With quarantine measures extending into another month and growing economic pressure on many families across the country, there’s rising uncertainty about how solid retirement plans actually are. A recent survey by The American College of Financial Services found a significantly larger portion of people are now anxious about their financial futures than were reported in a similar survey from March.

Wade Pfau and Steve Parrish, co-directors of The College’s Retirement Income Center, say while the numbers are cause for some concern, they also show communication between advisors and clients is key in this time of crisis. Read more in this article from InvestmentNews.

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