October 1998
Journal of Financial Planning;Oct98, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p20
Academic Journal
Presents statistical information on a number of financial issues in the United States. Value of dollars lost by the Internal Revenue Service due to mistakes; Percentage of small businesses at risk of not becoming year 2000 compliant; Percentage of full-time workers in small businesses with pension coverage; Other financial news.


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