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January 04, 2010

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Making a Will

I think that you have to make predictions, or at least make assumptions, in order to plan. It is difficult to make such choices but you cannot plan and act if you you do not do so. Thaks for teh thoughts above - they are good food for thought. Regards, john

Kent @ The Financial Philosopher

M.a.W: I agree with you in the regard that there are no absolutes. To some degree, predictions are necessary for prudent planning decisions. It is important, however, to understand why the prediction is being made, what emotions and/or preconceptions influenced the prediction, and what kind of action will be taken upon the prediction.

Thanks for commenting...

Kent

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