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JOYN Launches New Website

For over 14 years, JOYN has led a revolution in the 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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Meet Our Three Behavioral Wealth Specialists

JOYN’s Behavioral Wealth Management model integrates Wealth…
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JOYN Mid-Year Market Update

The first half of 2019 brought investors a welcomed rebound…
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JOYNers Help Atlanta’s Homeless Veterans, One Backpack at a Time

The scene would have made Henry Ford proud. It’s Friday,…
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JOYN Launches First Expert Panel Event on Family Caregiving

We’ve been there – awake in the middle of the night Googling…
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ALS Can’t Block Ed Tessaro from a Purpose-Driven Life

Don’t try to typecast Ed Tessaro. Yes, he is as visibly…
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JOYN Generates Buzz at Georgia Tech

JOYN is on a mission to change the way America thinks about…
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Seven JOYN Advisors Honored with Five Star Wealth Manager Award for Excellence

Atlanta Magazine has announced its 2018 “Five Star Atlanta…
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Focus on Family Caregivers For World Alzheimer's Month

By the time you finish reading this, at least one person…
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JOYN Advisors Makes a Splash at this Year's Alpharetta Business Expo

On August 24, JOYN gathered with over 100 other exhibitors…
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JOYN Recognized Among Top Financial Advisors in the U.S. by Financial Times

Atlanta, GA – June 28, 2018: JOYN, Atlanta’s Behavioral…

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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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