Johannessen, Mark
July 2008
Journal of Financial Planning;Jul/Aug2008 Supplement, p4
Academic Journal
The author speculates on the nature of what appears to be an economic recession in the U.S. in 2008. If it is similar to previous recessions, then it may well increase the public's interest in engaging the services of a financial planner. However, the combination of a burst real-estate bubble and a credit crisis could produce a longer-than-normal recessions.


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