Most advisers now have more clients than before pandemic, survey finds

Most advisers now have more clients than before pandemic, survey finds

The College of Financial Planning poll also finds that most clients have not postponed retirement

Almost three-quarters (71%) of advisers have more clients now than they did before the COVID-19 pandemic, a survey conducted by The College for Financial Planning found.

The four-question survey of 209 financial advisers, which was conducted from Aug. 25 to Oct. 2, also found that 70% of advisers said their clients have not postponed retirement because of the pandemic and that 61% of advisers will not change their investment advice if Joseph Biden is elected president.

When asked if they were concerned about inflation in 2021, 61% of advisers said they weren’t, while 8% said they were not sure.

[More: CFPs expect uptick in clients amid COVID-19]

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