Stolz, Richard F.
July 2009
Journal of Financial Planning;Jul2009, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p20
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the issue regarding the occupational hazard of financial planning and its possible impact to married couples who are planning to secure for their financial futures in the U.S. It mentions that marital financial problem is one of the causes of clashes between husband and wife and cites its adverse effect to the economic security of the family. Steven J. Stein, a professional counselor from Maryland, elucidates that current global financial crisis has aggravated the conflict between husband and wife. However, several financial planners are exerting their efforts in order to recuperate the said issue by providing relevant information related to financial planning. INSET: Recognizing Basic Emotional Needs Essential to Helping....


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