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October 23, 2020 SimplyAdvised Team
Episode 1: The Family Estate Organizer With a Heart — With Dean Thurman
November 2, 2020 SimplyAdvised Team
Episode 2: The Advantage of Roths In Your Portfolio — With Kelly Boyd
November 13, 2020 SimplyAdvised Team
Episode 3: Your Ultimate Guide To the Bucket Strategy — With Mason Gorris
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