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2014 Tax Facts on Investments, by Robert Bloink and William Byrnes, serves as an easy-to-use, single source for authoritative answers to investment-related tax questions. Organized in a convenient Q&A format that speeds you to the information you need, the book provides completely current coverage of the tax aspects of:
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The Advisor’s Guide to Nonqualified Deferred Compensation, 2014 Edition, is a comprehensive, but user-friendly resource that makes it easier than ever to create plans and maintain compliance in this highly regulated and increasingly complex area. It is the one source that fully cited to all relevant authorities, including the IRC, the ASC, and key case law.Learn More
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Financial Social Media expert Amy McIlwain reveals cutting-edge social media secrets that are rapidly changing the marketing landscape as we know it. Discover how the industry’s elite advisors are leveraging this new form of communication and watching their business soar.Learn More
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The Tools & Techniques of Life Insurance Planning, 5th edition, is part of the popular Leimberg Library Series and delivers expert insight and the tools needed to utilize life insurance in the most effective ways.Learn More
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The Process of Financial Planning: Developing a Financial Plan, Second Edition, builds on four cornerstones: the profession, fundamental tools, the systematic financial planning process, and the plan as a product of financial planning. This edition of the text integrates these cornerstones into a sound educational approach that has been refined to meet the needs of students learning both the process of financial planning and the tasks associated with writing and communicating a plan to clients.Learn More
The Case Approach to Financial Planning: Bridging the Gap between Theory and Practice, Second Edition
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The Case Approach to Financial Planning: Bridging the Gap between Theory and Practice, Second Edition, fosters sound planning logic and decision-making using the systematic financial planning process approach. This textbook provides the tools and foundation for preparing a financial plan and provides students with a real-world demonstration of how a financial plan is developed.Learn More
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