There's Always the Lottery

Peck, Maureen
February 2007
Journal of Financial Planning;Feb2007, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p10
Academic Journal
A letter from the editor is presented. The editor discusses the difficulties in dealing with new found wealth, either expected or unexpected. Along with advice for financial planners for dealing with clients who have new wealth, the letter offers some web sites that may be helpful for financial planners. At the end of the letter, the editor welcomes two new writers to the staff.


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