The number of Americans looking for financial advice on their plans for retirement increased 11 percentage points since last year, according to TIAA-CREF's second annual Financial Advice Survey. The study, which surveyed 1,000 people over 18, found that about half of the respondents didn't know who to turn to for trustworthy advice. The study found that those ages 55 to 65 felt the most confident about their retirement planning, while those 18 to 34 felt the least prepared. AICPA PFP/PFS members have access to a wide array of retirement resources to advise their clients in retirement matters.
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