May 2009
Journal of Financial Planning;May2009, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p12
Academic Journal
The article presents statistics related to financial planning. Statistics that are mentioned in the article include 12% of large companies have altered the amount of money they will contribute to their defined-contribution plans, 20% of employees have decreased the amount of money they contribute to their defined-contribution plans and 13% of large companies are planning to lay-off employees.


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