Weekly we try to provide you with information that may help you in your retirement planning. Sometimes that information is obtained from studies conducted through the use of a survey. You may ask how important surveys really are. This week’s article, out of Princeton Research Associates, tells us that “Knowing what people think and do helps everyone make better decisions. Businesses can make better decisions by knowing what people want and what people do not want. Professionals, such as doctors, make better decisions because surveys provide them with critical information about what works and what does not.” Call us if you’d like to hear information we have about what might work for your retirement. We’re always here to help.
MAKING BETTER DECISIONS
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