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How the NFL Players Association brought financial advisors to Florida to better marry them to its members

Advisors new to the league's program must attend the conference during their “rookie” season

Wednesday, May 19, 2010 – 6:23 AM by Robert Margolis, Guest Columnist
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Jason Cole: I have become less of a traditional fan.

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Anna

Anna

January 11, 2016 — 9:20 PM
I agree that both players and their advisers need to know what they do not know. In my area of selecting and evaluating franchises, I see this gap in knowledge which can be quite costly. Owning multiple units of a franchise can be a wonderful investment so before making such a significant move, have someone on your team with years of franchise industry experience. There’s a lot more to selecting and evaluating a franchise than just crunching the numbers. That’s the easy part.

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