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Russell Warye is a Certified Insurance Counselor and Employee Benefits Consultant. Russell is a specialist in the 401(k), Pension, and Executive Benefit Planning area. He acts as an advocate on behalf of his clients, and believes in working on a full disclosure basis. "When you have your plan reviewed by Mr. Warye's firm, you can be confident that he has left no stone unturned," says a recently converted client. 

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