Phyllis T. Jacobs: Long-Term Care Planning Is Her Cup of Tea

Opiela, Nancy
July 2000
Journal of Financial Planning;Jul2000, Vol. 13 Issue 7, p124
Academic Journal
Features Phyllis T. Jacobs, a financial planner in Portland, Oregon. Expertise of Jacobs in the field of long-term care insurance; How Jacobs became a financial planner; Advice to people who want to enter the financial planning sector.


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