What Are The Warning Signs Of Financial Scams Targeting Older People?

If you or someone you know has been targeted by a scam artist who is trying to steal money or personal information, you’re not alone. According to the Senate Special Committee on Aging, older Americans lose an estimated $2.9 billion annually to fraud and exploitation, a number that is probably substantially underreported. 1 Most scams…

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Koss Olinger Gives Blood

Recently a number of our team members lent their support (and their arms!) to Lifesouth Community Blood Centers. We are so pleased to support Lifesouth and the amazing work they do in our North Central Florida community. For more information on Lifesouth and to learn how you can support their life saving work please ​click…

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Finding Balance As A Dual Career Couple

The Harvard Business Review recently featured an article “Finding Balance As A Dual-Career Couple”. There are certainly benefits and challenges for couples maintaining two careers. With nearly half of all marriages in the U.S. composed of dual-career couples, it makes sense that effective time and life management techniques are top of mind for many. To…

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Ten Questions With Eddie Mordujovich

Eddie Mordujovich first joined the Koss Olinger team in 2012 and has recently returned as Compliance Officer. In his time with Koss Olinger Eddie has always been a positive force, excellent team member and keen mind. His commitment to the highest standards across all projects and positions he’s held is an energy we gladly welcome…

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Why Not Do It Now? New Research on Procrastination

Do you have a tendency to push off important tasks? Do you do things at the last minute, or maybe not do them at all? If so, you’re not alone. About one in five adults is a chronic procrastinator.1​ Procrastination can be frustrating in the short term for even the simplest tasks. But it can…

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