Do Financial Gerontologists Have the Rx for Success?

Brandeburg, Matthew N.
February 2006
Journal of Financial Planning;Feb2006, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p20
Academic Journal
The article ponders on whether having a gerontologist on staff will soon become essential as financial planning firms strive to offer optimal service to their clients. The author expressed his belief that if financial planners are truly comprehensive, the aspects of gerontology should already be incorporated in their normal planning cycle.


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