Special Needs Planning: How to Help Clients

Scott Adams, an advisor in Missouri, has six children; three of them have special needs.

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Comments (2)
I don't feel that this article tells us in any way how to help clients who have special needs family members.
Posted by Autumn K | Tuesday, July 22 2014 at 2:51PM ET
I am sorry but where's the "special needs" planning here? I was reading it over and over.
Posted by Fernando V | Wednesday, July 23 2014 at 8:46PM ET
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