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September 16, 2008

Bank Failures and the Solo Practitioner

Given the recent news this week concerning major financial institutions and the potential rippling effect on other financial institutions, I thought I would repost: If A Bank Fails, What Is a Solo Practitioner's Responsibilities? - Guest Blogger, Ed Poll 

It is important you reacquaint yourself  with your fiduciary responsibilities in this seeming time of crisis and understand the what impact a bank's failure could have on your client's funds, if any.


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