Employees unable to handle investment risk

July 2002
Employee Benefit News;Jul2002, Vol. 16 Issue 9, p3
Reports that employees lack the knowledge to manage investment risks and that there is a need for increased investment education, according to a survey conducted by Towers Perrin. Importance of the role of employers in educating employees about retirement; Percentage of companies that offer information about investment risks.


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