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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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Vanessa De La Rosa
Q&A with five of the most successful advisors in the industry
Article posted by Vanessa De La Rosa
Here’s a recap of what the five Advisor of the Year finalists had to say about education, holistic planning, inflation, annuities, work-life balance, the biggest challenges to the industry and how they’ve become so successful in their practices.

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Bill Coffin
The high cost of living
Article posted by Bill Coffin
The more people have health insurance, the more screwed up our health care system gets.

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Justin R. Brown
Insuring professional football players
Article posted by Justin Brown
In the high-risk world of professional football, injuries abound, both serious and serious-enough-not-to-play. Some insurance covers losses due to injuries that prevent a player from competing with his team, but there is a lot more to the story than just team owners protecting their investments.

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Kelly Moser
Back-to-school basics for insurance professionals
Article posted by Kelly Moser
Despite the fact that I don’t have to head back to school this fall, there are some back-to-school basics that I (try to) never forget.

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