References:
Hallman & Rosenbloom, Personal Financial Planning, 7th Edition.
Leimberg, Satinsky, Doyle, Jackson, Tools & Techniques of Financial Planning, 7th Edition, Chapter 12
Financial Planning Association, National Endowment for Financial Education, Life Events & Financial Decisions, http://www.fpanet.org/public/tools/lifeevents/



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