Hopewell Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

January 2006
Journal of Financial Planning;Jan2006, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p26
Academic Journal
This article reports on the Lifetime Achievement Award given by the Financial Planning Association's National Capital Area Chapter to U.S. journalist H. Lynn Hopewell in January 2006. The award was given in recognition of the contributions of Hopewell to the "Journal of Financial Planning," since 1992.


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