New Opportunities

Schulaka, Carly
December 2008
Journal of Financial Planning;Dec2008 Supplement, p3
Academic Journal
The article focuses on opportunities that financial planners can utilize to manage retirement planning. Retirees often have to bear the responsibility of funding their own retirements, making financial planners absolutely necessary for most individuals. The role of financial planners' is especially important in 2009, as a global economic recession affects the economy as a whole as many clients transit into the retired life. Methods for financial planners to encourage the growth of income and deal with issues caused by the recession are detailed.


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