• Steve Martin

Retirement Planning Falling on Deaf Ears

Financial services firms spent over $1 billion advertising investment and retirement services in 2011, according to Kanter Media, and there is no reason to suspect the spend is getting smaller. But consumers still aren’t getting the message. Approximately 58 percent of investors don’t have retirement plans, according to a Deloitte Center for Financial Services report released Thursday.

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