Financial advice services: at a standstill

Increasing pressure on employees to manage their own retirement income has created an opportunity to offer clients retirement education, advice and tools.

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By Bruce Shutan
April 1, 2010

Producers know deep in their gut that there's a hunger for financial advice across corporate America. The fact is that most employees don't have the time, expertise or desire to manage their investment portfolios. And the past year has served as a painful reminder of this fact, with scores of plan participants afraid to even open their 401(k) quarterly statements.

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