AGE 45: WELL-OFF, WITH TEENAGERS They earn $200,000 a year and have $1 million to invest. The kids are nearing college. Our adviser is Charles H. Salisbury Jr., director of T. Rowe Price Associates

Pare, Terence P.; Jacob, Rahul
November 1988
Fortune;11/2/1988, p108
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