Election 2000 Squaring Off

Weinreich, Gil
September 2000
Advisor Today;Sep2000, Vol. 95 Issue 9, p84
Trade Publication
Focuses on the result of a survey on the 2000 presidential election issues affecting financial advisors in the United States. Concerns over the state of the economy in the country; Position taken by presidential candidates on the estate tax repeal issue; Implication of the Social Security privatization on the financial services industry; List of other election issues affecting financial advisors.


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