Survey Says a Dose of Planning Soothes Market Nerves

Recent events in financial planning, including the coronavirus outbreak and market downturn, have brought renewed focus to how advisors work with their clients to save for retirement--and the overwhelming response has been by staying put.

According to a recent survey by The American College of Financial Services, many retirement planning advisors say they’ve counseled their clients to ride out the rough financial weather and stick to their current investment plans.

Retirement Income Center co-director Steve Parrish breaks down the results of the survey, and what it means for people at or nearing retirement, in his latest Forbes column.

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