April 1998
Journal of Financial Planning;Apr98, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p17
Academic Journal
The article presents information on articles which were published in the Journal of Financial Planning in 1988. Several articles focused on aging and AIDS. One article entitled Planning for America's Demographic Time Bomb noted aging and its impact on financial planning issues including retirement investing and health care costs. Another article that discussed estate planning and other strategies focused on financial planning for AID victims.


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