WealthManagement Magazine

Corrections

The November feature Will Reform Drive Brokers From 529 Sales? indicated that market research firm Corporate Insight is based in Atlanta. It is based in New York. Jeff Glusman and David Ratner were incorrectly labeled in a photograph accompanying the November feature story I Want To Be Like Julian (Roberston). Glusman is on the left, Ratner on the right. The Mutual Funds column in the October 2005

The November feature “Will Reform Drive Brokers From 529 Sales?” indicated that market research firm Corporate Insight is based in Atlanta. It is based in New York.

Jeff Glusman and David Ratner were incorrectly labeled in a photograph accompanying the November feature story “I Want To Be Like Julian (Roberston).” Glusman is on the left, Ratner on the right.

The Mutual Funds column in the October 2005 issue (“Taking the Sting Out of Taxes,” page 97) contained an error. It stated that participants in Health Savings Accounts could make tax-free withdrawals of money left in the account when they turn 65. In fact, the money is subject to normal taxation, but not a 10 percent penalty from the IRS.

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