Reader Spotcheck

November 2002
Journal of Financial Planning;Nov2002, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p31
Academic Journal
This section presents reader response rates on various issues pertaining to financial planning, as of November 2002. On an argument that the power of the Internet to revolutionize the financial planning profession is quickly being surpassed by the need of consumers for a more intuitive experience, 88.4 percent of respondents agreed. Meanwhile, on profiled planners who have served as expert witnesses, 71.1 percent said they not while 13.3 percent said not yet but would like to try it. Moreover, on carrying a balance of credit cards, 62.7 percent of the respondents said they do not carry a balance on their credit cards. Furthermore, regarding the importance that new simulation models improve on the speed of Monte Carlo simulations, 33.3 percent of respondents said that it is not very important to them.


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