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Serving people like you since 1992.  We believe Joiner & Joiner is different in almost every way because our principles were deliberately created with you in mind.  What you may not know is that there are many people and advanced technology supporting our office. We did this on purpose. You shouldn’t have to call an 800 number for insurance, Medicare, and/or investment advice. You need to talk with someone who knows you and understands what you're working toward. That's why Joiner & Joiner believes the relationship between you and your advisor/insurance agent is one of the most important aspects of successful planning.

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