Cicily and Michelle Maton: A Mother-Daughter Partnership

Opiela, Nancy
October 1998
Journal of Financial Planning;Oct98, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p87
Academic Journal
Cites the success of Cicily and Michelle Maton, a mother and daughter team, in the financial planning profession. Comments from Cicily Maton; Similarities between the two; Background information on the Matons' involvement in the financial planning sector.


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