When Doctors Turn Blue Collar, Are Financial Planners Far Behind?

Thompson, Duane R.
August 2000
Journal of Financial Planning;Aug2000, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p30
Academic Journal
Deals with the emergence of financial planning as a profession. Impact of the emergence on other professions; Reaction of financial planners on the rules proposed by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission governing investment advisers; Details on the rules.


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