10 years ago in the Journal

Katt, Peter C.
July 2002
Journal of Financial Planning;Jul2002, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p26
Academic Journal
This section states that among the articles carried in the July 1992 issue of the Journal of Financial Planning were pieces on the ten most common mistakes of buy-sell agreements, how health care directives, such as living wills and health care proxies, can help protect estate assets from being drained by costly medical treatment, and using life insurance as a wealth-transfer asset, written by insurance columnists Peter C. Katt.


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