Continuing Education

February 2003
Journal of Financial Planning;Feb2003, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p89
Academic Journal
The section presents an examination for two hours of continuing education credit to be given by the Financial Planning Association. Average decline in income in families with children whose parents remain divorced at least six years. First step in addressing a client's bio-reaction to a planners question or recommendation. One who cannot receive reimbursements from an employer health care reimbursement arrangement. The number one retirement issue for highly compensated corporate executives. Amount that the Canada/U.S. Tax Treaty may allow a noncitizen spouse to receive an estate tax exemption.


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