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Cavalcade of Risk #222: Call for submissions

November 21st, 2014 Insurance
Van Mayhall hosts next week’s edition. Entries are due by Monday (the 24th).

To submit your risk-related post, just click here to email it.

You’ll need to provide:

■ Your post’s url and title
■ Your blog’s url and name
■ Your name and email
■ A (brief) summary of the post

PLEASE remember: ONLY posts that relate to risk (not personal finance tips and the like). And please only submit if you are willing to link back to the carnival if your submission is accepted.

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