Do the Cobbler's Kids Have Shoes? Thirteen Questions

Boone, Norman M.
May 2000
Journal of Financial Planning;May2000, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p34
Academic Journal
Offers pieces of advice to financial planners. Aspect where planners fail; How the financial planning process should influence planners; Questions to ask in order to get a measure of one's own progress.


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