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kstartt
Are your annuity prospects terrible investors?
Article posted by Kevin Startt
As Peter Lynch, the great Fidelity Magellan manager espoused, “hit doubles” and don’t try to hit the ball out of the park, but hit them patiently. Are you or your clients trying to hit the ball out of the park and becoming another average terrible investor?

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Ryan Nevin
Debt collector or scam artist? 4 tips to spot the scam
Article posted by Ryan Nevin
During my practice as a debt relief and consumer protection attorney, I have dealt with many legitimate debt collectors and many scam artists. Here are four red flags to alert you that this “collector” is really a scam artist, so you can be sure your hard-earned money is going to the right place and you don't become a victim of fraud.

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William Meyer
Why seminar success doesn’t equal client satisfaction
Article posted by William Meyer
Social Security is a fantastic client acquisition tool, but if that’s all you’re using it for, you’ll quickly go astray. Here’s why.

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Warren Hersch
The 2015 interest rate outlook: 7 questions answered
Article posted by Warren Hersch
LifeHealthPro Senior Editor Warren S. Hersch recently interviewed Terence Martin, director of life annuity research at Conning & Co. about the impact of the current rate environment on life insurers and the outlook for both in 2015. The following are excerpts.

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Jane Rusoff
Tony Robbins slams critics, says he’s not a financial advisor
Article posted by Jane Wollman Rusoff
The supercoach and author of a new investing book answers those who have taken ‘pot shots’ at him and his strategies.

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