Innovations in Financial Planning

October 1997
Journal of Financial Planning;Oct97, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p20
Academic Journal
The article provides information pertaining to the availability of financial products and services to consumers. Some of the services are: Business Quick Plan, a Windows-based software program designed for professionals advisors to simplify business continuation and key employee plans; the American Society of Appraisers is offering a series of business valuation seminars across the country; a CD-ROM on educational marketing and selling 401 (k) plans to small businesses is available from State Street Research and Management Co.


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