Regrets, they’ve had a few.
The deVere Group, which claims to be the world’s largest independent financial advisory organization, asked a sample of its clients in Europe (including the United Kingdom), Asia, Africa, the Middle East and the United States with investable assets of more than $1 million about their No. 1 financial regret.
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The answer? Not putting in place a regularly reviewed personal financial plan earlier in life (57 percent).
The second-biggest financial regret was not consistently scrutinizing personal investments (18 percent); third was taking on too much unnecessary debt (13 percent).