Canadians Believe Lack of Income (48%) and Too Much Debt (22%) Are Biggest Obstacles in Managing/Investing Their Money

While Canadians Cite Many Other Obstacles to Their Financial Management and Investing, Only One in Ten Say Lack of Confidence (14%) or Time (12%) is a Hindrance

Monday, February 11, 2013

Toronto, ON – When it comes to managing their money or investing, Canadians believe that not having enough money coming and owing too much are the top obstacles they face, according to a new poll conducted by Ipsos Reid on behalf of Investor Education Fund (IEF). Half of Canadians (48%) cite ‘lack of income’ as an obstacle for...

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Canadians Believe Lack of Income (48%) and Too Much Debt (22%) Are Biggest Obstacles in Managing/Investing Their Money

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