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Why Don't More Financial Advisors Look Like Lazetta Braxton"? - How to Address the Industry's Race Problem

Why Don't More Financial Advisors Look Like Lazetta Braxton"? - How to Address the Industry's Race Problem More black families are entering the economic mainstream, have more income and are saving for college and retirement.... They need advice and [the financial services industry] is passing up millions of dollars by not reaching out to them. -Rev. Anthony Evans

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Obama Outlines Retirement Initiatives

obamaPresident Obama, noting that millions of Americans do not have enough savings to cover their retirement, announced a package of initiatives on Saturday to spur increased savings. The administrative actions, which do not require new legislation from Congress, are intended to make it easier and more automatic for people to put money into tax-advantaged retirement accounts.

“The fact is, even before this recession hit, the savings rate was essentially zero, while borrowing had risen and credit card debt had increased.” Mr. Obama said in his weekly radio address.
“Half of America’s work force doesn’t have access to a retirement plan at work. And fewer than 10 percent of those without workplace retirement plans have one of their own.”

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