The Planner's Y2K Cash Flow

Morrow, Edwin P.
April 1999
Journal of Financial Planning;Apr99, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p42
Academic Journal
Suggests opportunities for financial planning practitioners regarding Year 2000 (Y2K)-related cash flow problem. How financial practitioners can take full advantage of the Year 2000 crisis; Information on a Y2K portfolio software program.


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