By Sheiresa Ngo
Earlier this month, TIAA-CREF released the results from its second annual Financial Advice Survey. A random group of 1,000 adults across the nation were asked about their attitudes, preferences and behaviors when it comes to receiving financial advice. Among the findings was the fact that many people don’t know where to go for financial advice they can trust.
“The number of respondents who felt this way was about 48%. In addition, 37% are not comfortable talking to anyone about their financial affairs. And about 40% think they can’t afford good financial advice. This was surprising to us because there is …read more