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Firm LTC insurance revenue ▼
1Signator Investors Inc.$14,745,570
2Commonwealth Financial Network$2,721,992
3Securian Financial Services Inc.$1,500,814
4LPL Financial LLC$740,005
5J.W. Cole Financial Inc.$376,940
6Centaurus Financial Inc.$341,202
7Lincoln Investment Planning, LLC$337,000
8CUNA Brokerage Services Inc.$322,000
9Investment Centers of America Inc.$263,000
10Voya Financial Advisors Inc.$207,535
11Cadaret, Grant & Co. Inc.$134,847
12INVEST Financial Corp.$76,000
13National Planning Corporation (NPC) $66,000
14Geneos Wealth Management Inc.$65,564
15SII Investments Inc.$59,000
16Independent Financial Group LLC$58,900
17Kovack Securities, Inc.$46,710
18Harbour Investments Inc.$35,000
19The Strategic Financial Alliance Inc.$27,101
20KMS Financial Services, Inc.$10,752
21American Portfolios Financial Services Inc.$3,065
22The O.N. Equity Sales Co.0
23Prospera Financial Services Inc.0
24Kalos Capital Inc.0
25Fortune Financial Services, Inc.0
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