It's good to talk

Cann, Nick
October 2008
Money Marketing;10/9/2008, p40
In this article the author discusses the importance of financial planning amid the recession in 2008 in Great Britain. He asserts that financial advisers need to ponder on their own abilities to put the interests of their clients. He believes that tough economic times posed opportunities for financial planners to make more of an impact on the marketplace. He concludes that despite the global financial crisis, financial planning still has a bright future.


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