May 2007
Journal of Financial Planning;May2007, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p13
Academic Journal
The article presents statistics about financial planning in the United States. The Internal Revenue Service increased audits of taxpayers reporting $100,000 in income or more by nearly twenty percent in 2006. John D. Rockefeller's total wealth at the time of his death in 1937 represented 1/65th of the United States Gross Domestic Profit, versus 1/152 for Bill Gates, the current world's richest man. A National Health Statistics Group survey reveals that one out of every five dollars will be spent on health care by 2016.


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