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Senior Portfolio Manager,
Arlington Capital Management
Justin J. Kumar takes a proactive, step-by-step approach in guiding clients toward their financial goals using his 15 years of business and industry experience. He has been featured in The Wall Street Journal and regularly contributes to U.S. News & World Report, TheStreet, and The Motley Fool. He is also a board member of The Gale Sayers Foundation and communications chair for the Children's Home & Aid Associate Board, both in Chicago.
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