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How to Reclaim the Power Money Has Over You

Previously posted on HubPages.com. Humans apply…
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How One Focus Group Changed JOYN Advisors for the Better

Previously posted on WealthManagement.com In 2018,…
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Stressed About the Holidays? Try a Little Gratitude.

The holidays are around the corner and can be a stressful…
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How to Reframe Your Clients’ Childhood Money Messages

Previously posted on WealthManagement.com Money is complicated.…
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It's Time to Start Thinking Taxes

There is one key factor in financial planning that connects…
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JOYN Launches New Website

For over 14 years, JOYN has led a revolution in the wealth…
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How to Combat the ‘More Money, More Problems’ Trap

Previously posted on Equities.com. “Buy the fancy car.” “Invest…
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Marriage and Money Arguments

It’s no secret that financial conflict is among the top…
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Here's Why Lotto Winners Often End Up Bankrupt

Previously posted on WealthManagement.com Sudden wealth…
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JOYN Selected as Featured Presenter at eMoney Summit 2019

JOYN was honored to present and conduct in-depth Behavioral…
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Is The American Dream Fraying? What We Can Learn From The Finance Industry.

Previously posted on Forbes. Nearly 80% of Americans have…
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6 Wealth Management Tips for Surviving a Down Market

Previously posted on Born2Invest. According to economists,…

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Financial Benefits of Behavioral Advising

Better Advice. Better Decisions. Better Life.

There are significant financial benefits focusing on your behavior and making better decisions. Vanguard research and other academic studies have concluded that behavioral advising can add 1% to 2% in net return. (Source: Vanguard, 2016

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