The Impact of Emerging Demographic Trends on Financial Planning

Opiela, Nancy
December 1997
Journal of Financial Planning;Dec1997, Vol. 10 Issue 6, p46
Academic Journal
Interviews a demographer, a futurist and a marketing consultant about the impact of emerging demographic trends on financial planning. Effects of the longevity revolution; Changes in retirement plans of men and women; Information on baby boomers and their struggle to save for retirement; Trends in online financial information and demand for services; Strategies for the future.


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