No Man Is an Island

Jones, Chuck
May 2003
Advisor Today;May2003, Vol. 98 Issue 5, p28
Trade Publication
Describes how Greenberg Rhein & Margolis' financial advisor Geoffrey Kanner helped a 47-year-old lawyer plan for his family's finances. Kanner's review of the lawyer's group life, long-term disability programs and personal coverage; Recommended additional policy purchases; Illness and death of the lawyer; Amounts received by the lawyer while sick and by his family after his death.


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