AGE 50: RICH, WITH THREE TEENAGERS This couple earns $250,000 a year and has $1.5 million to invest. The kids are nearing college. Adviser: Roderick H. Dillon Jr., vice president at Loomis Sayles in Detroit

Dillon, Jr., Roderick H.; Teitelbaum, Richard S.
October 1989
Fortune;Fall1989 Special Issue, Vol. 120 Issue 10, p136
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