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procrastinate in planning their Financial Futures and how to
overcome them: The Top 7 Excuses
CAFP - Gallup
Survey on Canadians and their knowledge about and attitudes on
professional financial planning; released January 11, 1999;
highlights include the following questions:
- Do you have a written
financial plan, prepared by a professional financial planner?
- Do you know how much
money you will need to provide you with a secure retirement?
- Have you made or will
you make a contribution to your RRSP for the current taxation
- Is the amount of your
contribution based on your maximum annual contribution limit,
available funds, guidelines contained in a written financial
plan prepared by a professional financial/planner, or a guess
as to the right amount you'll need to prepare for a secure
- What minimum income
level do you think a person should have before they hire a
professional financial planner?
- At what age do you
think one should begin using the services of a professional
- No statistical
features currently identified.
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