Personal Financial Planning - INVESTMENT TAX PLANNING FOR RETIREMENT - What's the best way to accumulate assets for retirement? At a time of declining stock market returns, employer cutbacks in qualified plans and ever-changing tax laws, CPAs can help clients figure out how to accumulate enough capital to ensure a safe and secure retirement.
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|Contributors:||Chesser, Delton L.; Harrison Jr, Walter T.; Reichenstein, William R.|
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