From Board Room to Home Office

February 2005
PN;Feb2005, Vol. 59 Issue 2, p73
Trade Publication
Presents the success story of Victor Freedman, a person afflicted with multiple sclerosis, where his business provides group and key-person benefit planning for businesses in the U.S. Comments of Freedman regarding his decision to trade his seat in the corporate boardroom for his own kind of business at home; Efforts of Freedman to help people with disabilities to get life insurance.


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