December 2011
Journal of Financial Planning;Dec2011, Vol. 24 Issue 12, p16
Academic Journal
Statistics related to financial management are presented including the percentage of cost-of-living adjustment increase in monthly Social Security and Supplemental Security Income benefits, percentage of baby boomers that expect to receive inheritance, and the critical age of a historic home.


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