Todays financial professionals face one key problem nudging reluctant investors to save for retirement.
And the solution to that dilemma could lie in the creation of one more program in addition to 401(k)s that would make it mandatory for people to properly plan for the future, according to Santa Clara University behavioral finance professor Meir Statman.
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