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3 Unintended Consequences Point Out How Robert Smith’s Honest Gift to Pay Loans Neglects Duty to Students’ Best Interest – A Lesson In Fiduciary Duty

3 Unintended Consequences Point Out How Robert Smith’s Honest Gift to Pay Loans Neglects Duty to Students’ Best Interest – A Lesson In Fiduciary Duty
May 29
00:03 2019

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Christopher Carosa, CTFA

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