Innovations in Financial Planning…

February 2000
Journal of Financial Planning;Feb2000, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p23
Academic Journal
This section features several products and services related to financial planning, as of February 2000. Well-known estate planning expert Steve Leimberg provides a free weekly description and commentary on the latest cases, rulings and legislation affecting clients of estate, business and financial planners. His news comes via e-mail. Created by the Council on Foundations, the Philanthropic Advisors Network is designed to link financial and legal advisors on charitable issues. It includes newsletter, publication discounts and access to network of experts. Cost is $150 a year for individuals, $400 for firms. A special working replica edition of a Wall Street ticker will be available in May 2000 to the first 300 buyers willing to part with the modest sum of $35,000 for each ticker.


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