List of annuity brokers for structured settlements 2017

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Are you looking for the approved annuity broker for structured settlement in your state? Here are the approved annuity brokers who meet minimum requirements for providing annuity brokerage services with connections to structured settlements entered in the United States as provided by the Department of Justice.

State
Broker
City
Alabama
LOPER, Brian P.
Birmingham
 
COCHRAN, John E.
Troy
Alaska
 
 
 
WONG, Garret S.
Anchorage
Arizona
 
 
 
BLANK, Steve
Phoenix
 
GARRISON, James P.
Scottsdale
 
KEARNS, John P.
Scottsdale
 
KEARNS, Marsi T.
Scottsdale
 
KIMES, Matthew W.
Scottsdale
 
KIMES, Walter L.
Scottsdale
 
SHIPLEY, Lori A.
Peoria
 
WAREING, Eileen M.
Scottsdale
 
 
 
Arkansas
 
 
 
 
 
California
 
 
 
BRICE, Kathleen Ann
Walnut Creek
 
CARROLL, Richard
San Francisco
 
BLONDER, Leonard A.
Los Angeles
 
CHEWLOW, Jeffrey
San Francisco
 
DELGADO, Saphyna S.
Costa Mesa
 
FARBER, Patrick;
Santa Ana
 
FINN, Daniel J.
Newport Beach
 
HORDING, Kyle
Pasadena
 
KAUFMAN, Harold R.
Dana Point
 
KENNEDY, Angus K.
San Marcos
 
KENNEY, Kevin J.
San Clemente
 
MERRITT, J. Douglas
Walnut Creek
 
RILEY-PUGH, Jane M.
Tustin
 
SARNI, Terry Wilkes
San Rafael
 
STEVENSON, Tom P.
Laguna Niguel
 
TEZANOS-PINTO, John
Fair Oaks
 
VALDEZ, Manny Joseph
San Diego
 
VALDEZ, Manuel Ramon
San Diego
 
VIERA, Angel N.
Montebello
 
VIERA, Olivia Bermudez
Montebello
 
ZEA, Duane Michael
Costa Mesa
 
KAAS, Traci
Mission Viejo
Colorado
 
 
 
CANTWELL, Bradford
Greenwood Village
 
CARTER, Josh
Denver
 
KREFT, Randy
Greenwood Village
 
MILLER, Daniel Charles
Greenwood Village
 
ZEMAN, Paul
Denver
Connecticut
 
 
 
DARER, John David
Stamford
 
FARRELL, Brian M., Jr.
Meriden
Delaware
 
 
 
 
 
District of Columbia
 
 
 
SCHLEEDE, Kimberly J.
Washington
 
BLOUNT, Martin Conrad
Washington
 
STRONG, Henry Lockwood
Washington
 
FELDHEIM, Mark S.
Washington
 
FELDHEIM, Michele M.
Washington
 
KLAPPS, James P.
Washington
Florida
 
 
 
CARROLL, Ronald Earl
Winter Park
 
DiVICO, Daniel Gregory
Orlando
 
KLINGLER, Connie L.
Tampa
 
KRAUSE, Phillip M.
Fort Lauderdale
 
MATHEWS, William S., III
Madeira Beach
 
MUNOZ, Francisco
Orlando
 
SPINETTI, Gregory Scott
Winter Springs
 
STOLL, Ray Ulmer
Tampa
 
MAIDENS, Mark E.
Brandon
 
KEATING, Dennis
St. Petersburg
 
VOLANTI, James J.
Weston
Georgia
 
 
 
BEATTY, James M.
Duluth
 
CHANNELL, Suzann
Alpharetta
 
DeBACHER, Bruce Edward
Homestead
 
ETTMUELLER, Chad D.
Cumming
 
EASTON, William S.
Marietta
 
HAYS, Byron R.
Marietta
 
KEEFE, Shawn M.
Atlanta
 
McCALL, Hyrom D.
Decatur
 
McCALL, Stacy L.
Decatur
 
SCHROEDER, Walter Michael
Duluth
 
WRIGHT, William John
Alpharetta
Hawaii
HANAIKE, Dona
Honolulu
 
 
 
Idaho
KENNEY, Audrey V.
Boise
 
 
 
Illinois
 
 
 
BARKHAUSEN, Henry W.
Chicago
 
FINN, Colin Michael
Chicago
 
GANDY, Christopher Lemar
Warrenville
 
GOODMANN, Daniel J.
Chicago
 
KOEHLER, Anna C.
St. Charles
 
KOEHLER, Peter V.
St. Charles
 
KOVACEVICH, Thomas John
Schaumburg
 
McCARTHY, Casey
Chicago
 
McCULLOCH, John
Chicago
 
PETROUSKI, Lynn
Chicago
 
MUIR, John M
Bloomington
 
MUIR, John W.
Bloomington
 
 
 
Indiana
 
 
 
SPAULDING, Denise M.
Indianapolis
 
PEAK, Carmen Lisa
Floyds Knobs
Iowa
 
 
 
HARLAN, Christopher
Waukee
 
HARLAN, Stan K.
Waukee
Kansas
 
 
 
JEWETT, Darren S.
Overland Park
 
LONG, Ryan P.
Overland Park
Kentucky
 
 
 
PARKEY, William Nathan
Bowling Green
 
ROBINSON, William Taylor, IV
Covington
Louisana
 
 
 
CHRISTIE, Keith M.
Metairie
 
WESSELS, Kenneth Alan
Bossier City
Maine
 
 
 
 
 
Maryland
 
 
 
CADDY, Judson Newby, Jr.
Stevensville
 
CLEMMENS, Kenneth Edward
Sparks
 
COOPER, Roger F.
Darnestown
 
CURTIS, Lawrence H.
Derwood
 
EVERETTE-COOPER, Alice
Darnestown
 
FEELEY, Rischelle
Baltimore
 
FORAN, John Alexander
Annapolis
 
OMANSKY, Tanna G.
Baltimore
 
RYAN, Richard B.
Baltimore
 
KORMANN, Jamie L.
Joppa
Massachusetts
 
 
 
CURRAN, Scott B.
Boston
 
COHEN, Lawrence A.
Boston
 
EARLY, Peter J.
Charlestown
 
MILOSH, Brian
Mashpee
 
MILOSH, Lauren A.
Mashpee
 
PAGNANO, Joan L.
Hingham
 
SPERANZINI, Jane M.
Daxbury
Michigan
 
 
 
BLANZY, Jennifer
Gross Pointe Park
 
HATHAWAY, Christopher
Warren
 
GRANT-HARROP, Rachel Dawn
Shelby Township
 
HATHAWAY, Paul Anthony
Ann Arbor
 
LAWTER, Anne E.
Troy
 
LOGAN, Christine M.
Farmington Hills
 
POLLEX, Gregory C.
Troy
 
VOGEL, Mark R.
Grand Rapids
Minnesota
 
 
 
LUKENS, Gregory S.
Minneapolis
 
Von BANK, Ann Marie Elizabeth
Lakeville
Mississipi
 
 
 
 
 
Missouri
 
 
 
ADAMS, Thomas M.
Manchester
 
BOWERS, Jeffrey S.
St. Louis
 
FAZIO, William B.
Lake St. Louis
 
PHILYAW, Ryan H.
Lee’s Summit
 
RUDER, Lawrence M.
St. Louis
 
WROTH, Peregrine
St. Louis
Montana
 
 
 
 
 
Nebraska
 
 
 
BOYLE, James J.; Omaha
 
 
 
 
Nevada
 
 
 
 
 
New Hampshire
 
 
 
 
 
New Jersey
 
 
 
BROOKS, Jeffrey C.
Towaco
 
DESTRALO, Joseph M.
Runnemede
 
FILLION, Brian
Medford
 
ROSSETTER, Simon David
Medford
 
 
 
New Mexico
 
 
 
FAY, Pauline A.
Albuquerque
New York
 
 
 
BAIR, John Theodore
Buffalo
 
BENCIVENGA, Patrick
Brooklyn
 
CHASE, Stephen E.
East Syracuse
 
GIORGETTI, Justin P.
Lommack
 
GOLDSTEIN, Richard J.;
Manlius
 
KIPNES, Todd A.
White Plains
 
MARSO, Michael E.
East Amherst
 
OOT-QUINN, Kathleen
Syracuse
 
SENDERS, Samuel L.
New York
 
SILO, Kevin J.
White Plains
 
NARBY, Mark W.
Depew
North Carolina
 
 
 
CAPLE, J. Kevin
Charlotte
 
LIVINGSTON, Jeffry Michael
Charlotte
 
MARTIN, John Shale
Clayton
North Dakota
 
 
 
 
 
Ohio
 
 
 
ANNANDONE, Brian
Warren
 
CHRISTEN, Gayle S.
Cincinnati
 
ROWLAND, James E.
Cincinnati
Oklahoma
 
 
 
BECKERT, Julia Diane
Tulsa
 
BARKETT, Cassie May
Tulsa
 
BROWN, Phillip J.
Broken Arrow
Oregon
 
 
 
RASK, Linda M.;
Portland
 
ROBINSON, Nolan William
Beaverton
 
 
 
Pennsylvania
 
 
 
BARBARINO, Clement D.
Pittsburgh
 
GOODMAN, William S.
Pittsburgh
 
DUNCAN, William Ross
Blue Bell
 
HUVER, Daniel C.
Exton
 
SUSS, Donald B.
Exton
 
SWIGART, Jeffrey F.
Frazer
 
MURPHY, Michael J.
Doylestown
 
McANALLY, Annemarie H.
Exton
 
McANDREWS, Edward
Swarthmore
Rhode Island
 
 
 
LARNED, Christopher E.
East Providence
South Carolina
 
 
 
ENGLISH, Dennis P.
Mount Pleasant
South Dakota
 
 
 
 
 
Tennessee
 
 
 
ALEXANDER, Albert May, Jr.
Memphis
 
ORCUTT, James A.
Vonore
 
SPENCER, Herbert S.
Nashville
Texas
 
 
 
AUGUSTINE, Lisa Roberts
Dallas
 
BORNSTEIN, Joseph H.
Highland Village
 
CAPLES, Robert P., Jr.
Sugar Land
 
FREEMAN, Scott H.
Houston
 
MARTIN, Ryan Len
Dallas
 
LINNELL, Jennifer
Frisco
 
MILNER, Douglas Bryan
Cedar Park
 
PARSONS, Anna Melissa
Mesquite
 
PERKINS, Diane
Allen
 
PATTERSON, Jeffrey Glenn
Houston
 
PULLIN, David L.
Mesquite
 
SHUMATE, William Christian
The Woodlands
Utah
 
 
 
MEAD, Stanley L.
Highland
 
TRAPLETTI, Megan
Salt Lake City
Vermont
 
 
 
 
 
Virginia
 
 
 
BLANKENSHIP, Gary Gill
Roanoke
 
BRANDT, Paul S.
Arlington
 
GARGAN, Joseph E.
Arlington
 
ELGIN, Michelle M.
Middleburg
 
ELGIN, Robert S.
Middleburg
 
WALSH, Thomas D.
Arlington
Washington
 
 
 
VIVONA, Marianne
Seattle
 
OSLER, Kathleen S.
Bellevue
 
ROBINSON, Tony
Bellevue
 
 
 
 
 
 
West Virginia
WALTERS, Ronald N.
Charleston
 
 
 
Wisconsin
 
 
 
 
 
Wyoming
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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How to make money from blogging using propeller ads [step-by-step]

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This is a simple step-by-step practical guide on how to make money from propeller ads right now. It requires no prior experience.

The Idea


Place propeller ads on your blog or website. Earn money daily.

Requirements


You must have a blog or regularly updated website.

Education


Why you should start blogging (skip if you have a blog already)
Blogging is currently one of the easiest ways to make money online. It is easy to setup and manage just like any other social media account. I believe that if you own any social media account online, you should not have any problems managing a blog. I wouldn’t show you how to create a blog account here. If you need one, I can help you out. Just send me mail.

The simple reason why you should start blogging is that you can earn from decent amount of traffic your blog generates. This can consolidate your mainstream income or even become your mainstream income.

What’s propeller ads?
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Explaining the online ads terms
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How it works


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Upside


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Payback Period


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Profit Margin


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This can be additional stream of income for a blogger. I would recommend bloggers not to solely rely on propeller ads as their major source of income.

Please feel free to share with your friends who might find this information helpful. Author would appreciate your comments as well. Disclaimer: Please take note that this how-to guide is for informational purpose only. Please contact the author at broadstreetmoney@gmail.com for content update or further information.

from Broad Street Money http://www.broadstreetmoney.com/2017/06/how-to-make-money-using-propeller-ads.html

Five Finance Tips For First-Time Expats

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wp-picMoney makes the world go round, or at least it did at one time. Years ago, most people made the decision to work in a foreign country mainly because of the financial benefits that came with it. A majority of them then chose to return home when they had accumulated a significant amount and could lead a comfortable life.

However, nowadays people are interested in traveling and living abroad for various reasons, many of which may have nothing to do with money at all. Some do it so that they can enjoy a better standard of living, while others relocate just for the experience.

People today are also settling overseas so that they get the chance to see a new place, interact with various people, and learn about a different culture. While money may be an important factor in their decision to relocate, it is no longer the main motivation for many people to migrate, especially in comparison to times gone by. In fact, stories of people saving next to nothing in spite of working hard in another country for years are quite common, and this does not just happen with low-paid workers.

Well-qualified and experienced professionals are more likely to get higher compensation packages if they work with a multinational company in a foreign location. Businesspeople, entrepreneurs and freelancers also stand a good chance of earning more than what they do back home, if they have innovative products, services and ideas to offer. Unfortunately, many of them do not meet the financial goals they had set for themselves. The issue here is often not that these expats aren’t making money; is it the lack of planning finances in the right way. There could be a few reasons why a well-paid expat may fail to save up, including high living costs and high general expenditure.

The cost of living is similar for a majority of the residents of a given location, as it generally takes into consideration the amount they pay towards rent, utilities, groceries, transport, education and healthcare. For example, most people living in Switzerland feel that the cost of living is high. You may not be able to control the baseline cost of living in a country, and it is therefore important that you know how much you will be spending each month, compared to your income.

Monthly expenditure varies from one person to another, as it depends entirely on the type of lifestyle one leads. For example, if you rent property in the city center, eat out regularly, shop at branded stores, and travel to work by taxi every day, you are bound to incur higher expenses compared to others. It is largely up to you to control your monthly expenditure. Many expats reduce their monthly overheads by getting their employers to pay for rent, utilities, transport, healthcare, and even their children’s education. The more you can cut down on your expenses, the easier it will be for you to save money.

 

 

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