Bauzenberger, Richard H.; Melchinger, John H.; Barrett, Cliff; Keeble III, John B.; Walter, Dave; Stein, Michael
September 2001
Journal of Financial Planning;Sep2001, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p12
Academic Journal
Presents letters to the editor referencing articles and topics discussed on previous issues. "Provision of 401 (k) Plan Investment Advice: Trap for the Unwary Financial Planner," which focused on compensation of financial planners as investment advisors; "White Noise," which focused on fee service of planners; "Now What?' Era," which focused on retirement planning.


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