Ron Lieber on How Planners Can Reach and Help Consumers

Stolz, Richard F.
April 2010
Journal of Financial Planning;Apr2010, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p18
Academic Journal
An interview with consumer finance journalist and pundit Ron Lieber is presented. When asked about his patrons' financial concerns as well as their changes following a financial downturn in 2009, he said that they are more cautious in stock and real estate investment. Lieber believes that despite people's cautiousness to invest, financial institutions would still be using stricter credit standards. He said that by imposing new rules, credit card users and lenders will make consumers feel safer.


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