January 2008
Journal of Financial Planning;Jan2008, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p10
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The article offers news briefs about financial planning. Studies show that there's a large demand for advisory services which, in turn, has led to increased pressure on staffing. According to research findings, investors are more likely to participate in risky investments if their peers are also making risky investments. According to the U.S. Tax Court individuals that worked in Antarctica will have to include gross income wages, because Antarctica is not considered a foreign country.


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