Hong Kong’s rising affluent do not know enough about achieving their financial goals as they fare poorly in financial planning, according to Charles Schwab’s latest financial well-being survey. The report also identified a widespread misperception and distrust of financial advisory services, despite simultaneous strong demand for professional advice. Overall, Hong Kong’s rising affluent scored 53.82 out of 100 in the…
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