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Resource ID: #7594
Subject: Stocks And Bonds
Source: Forbes Magazine



Forbes magazine investigates Venita VanCaspel, the self-avowed "First Lady of Financial Planning," and finds that her much sought-after advice has cost her clients more than $4.5 million; she has been censured four times by the National Association of Securities Division; clients are sold millions of dollars of limited partnerships that produce big fees for the planner and big losses for the customers, June 25, 1990.

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