The Employee Benefit Package: Helping Clients Avoid Surprises

Opiela, Nancy
May 2000
Journal of Financial Planning;May2000, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p62
Academic Journal
Focuses on employee benefit programs in the United States. Role of financial planners in maximizing the value of their clients' benefits plan; Pieces of advice for job switchers; Tips for young employees.


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