Know Where the Rocks Are

Ritchlin, Lance
March 2008
Journal of Financial Planning;Mar2008, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p10
Academic Journal
This article presents a letter from the editor, which discusses societal trends, same-sex marriage, and civil unions as they appear in discussion during the 2008 presidential race. Also discussed is the political standing of financial planners who deal with families, which are always different from other families and the contradictory state and federal laws used to serve clients.


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