Financial planning's lesson from The Great Manure Crisis of 1894

Horse sense from Marcus Carlton

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Financial planning's lesson from The Great Manure Crisis of 1894

The road to sound financial planning is littered with potential disaster scenarios, says Marcus Carlton, but it is the job of the adviser to look beyond these individual concerns and focus on the long term

What, you may well wonder, is the connection between excellence in financial planning and a perfect outcome for the client - and an abundance of horse manure? A brief detour down the long avenue of...

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