The State of the Estate and the Practice

Tuttle, Marv
August 2000
Journal of Financial Planning;Aug2000, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p10
Academic Journal
Focuses on the topics featured at the August 2000 issue of `Journal of Financial Planning.' Implications of the estate tax repeal; Opinion on the use of life insurance in estate planning situations; Details on the report `2000 Financial Performance and Compensation Study of Financial Planning Practitioners.'


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