The majority of Americans prefer long-term financial planning over get-rich-quick schemes, according to a new survey.
The survey, by Northwestern Mutual, found that three quarters of people prioritize long-term planning over short-term performance, and one-third said “slow and steady wins the race” best describes their approach to future financial goals.
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