10 years ago in the Journal

April 2003
Journal of Financial Planning;Apr2003, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p27
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Comments on the articles featured in the April 1993 issue of the 'Journal of Financial Planning.' Dollar-cost averaging strategy commonly used by financial planners; Fiduciary responsibilities of selecting and monitoring investment managers for pension plans.


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