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Mon March 4, 2013
Less uncertainty - what do we do now?
At the end of last year we were all talking about the "fiscal cliff." At the beginning of this year, the American Taxpayer Relief Act was passed and signed by the president, bringing about a lot of changes.
In our video this month, Joe Chornyak talks about the types of investments we should be thinking of as we go into the new year.
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We'd be glad to speak to you personally about your financial investment needs and concerns. Please contact us at 614-888-2121 (or toll- free 877-389-2121), or send an e-mail to: email@example.com.
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