Planners Feel Stressed and Fatigued

May 2009
Journal of Financial Planning;May2009, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p11
Academic Journal
The author reports on the impact that stress is having on financial planners. The various ways in which stress is impacting the lives of financial planners are mentioned, such as 30% of financial planners not getting enough sleep and a majority of financial planners consuming more than three cups of caffeinated beverages a day. Changes that have occurred between September 2008 and May 2009 regarding the amount of time financial planners spend with their clients are mentioned.


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