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Personal financial planning, 7th edition : Lawrence J. Gitman and Michael D. Joehnk Ft. Worth: The Dryden Press; 1996 (656 pp.)

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  • Kahl, Douglas, 1997. "Personal financial planning, 7th edition : Lawrence J. Gitman and Michael D. Joehnk Ft. Worth: The Dryden Press; 1996 (656 pp.)," Financial Services Review, Elsevier, vol. 6(1), pages 69-71.
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