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Alanna Ritchie
Advisor tips for working with mobile millennials in the job-hopping market
Article posted by Alanna Ritchie
Millennials possess a retirement and insurance void created by job instability, the need for self-discovery and the transience of belonging to a generation compelled to start over and over and over again.

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Joelyn Brickner
Breast cancer survivor chooses the path of least regret
Article posted by Joelyn Brickner
Having spent 25 years of her career on Madison Avenue as a senior executive at global advertising agencies including TBWA/Chiat Day, Erdman was used to tackling big challenges, only this time it wasn't vying for a Fortune 500 company’s million-dollar advertising campaign. This time the stakes were much higher — saving her own life.

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George Shave
Is the fixed annuity market like playing Russian roulette — and will you get hurt?
Article posted by George Shave
Carriers are playing with fire in their next generation of products, getting further away from the basic value proposition of fixed indexed annuities. It's a game of Russian roulette; only in this game, the gun is loaded with multiple bullets. Eventually, the gun goes off and there are casualties. Will you be among them?

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Vanessa De La Rosa
Self-employed business taxes: 4 ways to hold on to more of your hard-earned money
Article posted by Vanessa De La Rosa
The tax code is over 70,000 pages long. According to Rich, it’s impossible for one person to know and understand everything it says. Here are the three major arenas in which you can claim more and more strategic deductions.

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Dick Reynolds, CLU
Are you missing out on life (sales)?
Article posted by Dick Reynolds, CLU
Many agents work in markets selling annuities or Medicare products where prospects miss out on a life product they would have actually bought had the agent known to ask a couple of simple questions.

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