Your Voice

McRitchie, James; Dolitsky, Scott; Brown, Gregory K.; Caliendo, Frank; Lewis, W. Cris
February 2003
Journal of Financial Planning;Feb2003, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p23
Academic Journal
Presents letters to the editor referencing articles in the issues of "Journal of Financial Planning" prior to February 2003. "Corporate Reform or Business as Usual?," which discussed the consideration of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to allow shareholders to access corporate proxies for the purpose of nominating and electing directors; "Myths and Truths of IRA Investing," which focused on the effects of the income in respect of a decedent tax and the estate tax at the death of someone with a sizable estate.


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