June 5, 2014

Is your head in the sand, too?

According to a Merrill Lynch survey, “Well-to-do Americans worry more about having enough retirement money than about losing a job or other anxiety-provoking situations, but few are willing to cut spending on entertainment, restaurants or vacations. A Merrill Lynch survey of "mass affluent" people finds 63% want to have enough money to live "in the here and now" while 48% prioritize saving for the future.” Based on surveys showing Americans spend more time shopping for electronics and planning vacations than they spend on planning their finances, I expect the findings apply to middle income Americans as well. So… what are you doing to ensure a financially secure later life? Come to Financial Planning for Women to get your finances in order and invest for a secure future.

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