Above and Beyond Rubber-Soled Shoes…

October 2006
Journal of Financial Planning;Oct2006, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p16
Academic Journal
The article discusses an article found in the "The New York Times" that discussed what the newspaper called "financial gerontologists." These financial planners worked with older clients and performed special tasks for them. Financial planner Don W. Nicholson, Sr. has performed unusual tasks for his elderly clients, including driving a client to Bible study, car shopping with an elderly client, and buying rubber-soled shoes for a client to prevent her slipping on hardwood floors. The article requests that readers send in examples of unusual services they have provided for clients.


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