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Justin J. Kumar, Investment Adviser Representative

Senior Portfolio Manager, Arlington Capital Management

Phone: 855.471.5796
E-mail: jkumar@arlington-capital.com
arlington-capital.com

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.

Latest Features

Building Wealth
August 2017

Lock Down Your Smartphone to Prevent Data Breaches

That phone in your pocket isn’t just a phone. It’s a computer. And it’s got a lot of data on it that thieves would love to get ahold of, so be smart and protect yourself.

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Building Wealth
August 2017

6 Ways to Limit Health Care Costs

Living longer is nice, but paying more for health care isn’t. There are, however, a few strategies you can consider to help limit those rising costs.

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SLIDE SHOW
August 2017

8 Ways to Prevent Smartphone Data Breaches

Your phone is essentially a one-stop shop for your data and, if stolen or exposed to identity thieves, can compromise your identity and financial accounts. People are using smartphones for more of their ...

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Building Wealth
July 2017

Small Steps to Help Achieve Big Goals of Health, Wealth and Happiness

It’s time to check in with the grand plans you made on Jan. 1. If you haven’t made any progress toward your goals, here are some baby steps to get you back in gear.

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Building Wealth
June 2017

4 Tips to Help You Keep Your Emotions Out of Investments

Making good financial decisions requires more than just good information, you need a clear head, some discipline and a little distance.

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Building Wealth
June 2017

Financial Lessons for Recent Graduates (That We ALL Could Take to Heart)

Your financial future is in your own hands, and these four lessons are a great place for grads to get started, or the rest of us to get back on track.

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Building Wealth
May 2017

Top 3 Ways to Cut Back on Impulse Buying

Buyer's regret is no fun, and it's certainly not good for your overall financial health. So how do you control yourself when you get that urge?

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Building Wealth
April 2017

Top 5 Ways to Secure Your Personal Information

Keeping your personal information out of the wrong hands can be as obvious as using strong passwords to as tricky as not posting about your birthday plans on Facebook.

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Building Wealth
April 2017

Warning Signs an Investment’s Too Good to Be True

If someone offers you guaranteed fabulous returns with absolutely no risk, that's a dead giveaway. However, other shady signs are tougher to spot.

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