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serious woman's face It’s very possible, while carrying out the fiduciary responsibility, the fiduciary will knowingly avoid what a client expressly asks for in the process of knowingly providing what the client needs. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The prospective antique car buyer raised his eyebrows in disbelief. “$20,000?” he asked, “The book value is only $12,000.”

Christopher Carosa


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