NEW YORK - One of Marty Murray's clients in his practice as a CPA made a decision to sell a piece of art, only to find herself waking up in the middle of the night in a cold sweat.

"She realized she would pay income tax," Murray told a room of about 40 planners at the FPA's spring retreat in New York, and she called Murray up.

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