As a financial planner, you’re as much an expert as you are an educator. You work tirelessly to provide your clients the proper education on investing and managing their money so they can achieve optimum results. The good news is, according to a recent article from the Wall Street Journal, more investors are jumping back into the fray after largely abandoning their investment practices while the financial crisis of the last few years ran its course. This can be attributed to the fiscal cliff deal, which restored confidence in political negotiations as well as in the foreseeable stability of the markets themselves. With individual investors returning to the stock market, now is a great time to get clients engaged in their retirement planning again.
Getting clients interested in investing, retirement planning and extended insurance plans isn’t going to be easy. With nearly a decade of convincing themselves not to put their finances near anything that could even potentially pose a risk, most investors are going to need to be eased back into investing. Yet now is a great time to put more than they normally would into the pot.
Today’s purchases, tomorrow’s returns