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Let’s face it, it’s getting trendy to hate this time of year. More often than not, the mere mention of anything festive post-Halloween is greeted with a furrowed brow, a groan or even a humbug. In some ways, I get it. After all, the line between cheerful holiday hustle and bustle and harried, grumpy people clogging up every aisle and parking lot is a thin one. To top it off, the holiday season has become increasingly subsumed by politics and consumerism, like so much else in life.
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Paul Wilson is the editor-in-chief of BenefitsPRO Magazine and BenefitsPRO.com. He has covered the insurance industry for more than a decade, including stints at Retirement Advisor Magazine and ProducersWeb.
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