Stephanie Tower Keating: Teaching the Fundamentals

Opiela, Nancy
February 2001
Journal of Financial Planning;Feb2001, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p116
Academic Journal
Discusses the views of Stephanie Tower Keating, chief financial planner of Financial Education Resources about financial planning. Tools used by Keating to inform clients about financial planning; Use of one-on-one meeting with a client; Information on Keating's career in financial planning.


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