Protect Retirement Assets - New bankruptcy legislation has clarified debtor and creditor rights. Here's a review of the rules in federal bankruptcy proceedings, in state law garnishment and in attachment proceedings, where there is confusion. For CPA-financial planners who offer investment advice.
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