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Pinnacle’s Clients Say It Best
Derek Freihaut May 15, 2018 Posted in: Blog Posts, General, News
Each year, we ask our clients to rate their level of satisfaction with Pinnacle’s services and request their input as to how we can improve their overall client experience. We’re proud that our 2017 client survey yielded a 99% satisfaction rate, and we sincerely thank our client participants for their responses.
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Pierogis and Palaces
Erich Brandt January 09, 2018 Posted in: Blog Posts, General, ASOP / Professionalism
I’ve been known to frequent Europe on a regular basis and even have an app on my phone that tracks the places I’ve visited. I enjoy seeing the world’s major cities and indulging in the regional cuisine. A very popular Polish dish is the pierogi – a dumpling filled with a variety of vegetables or meat. You can even fill one with blueberries for dessert.
This is your brain on shopping…
Chris Cortner December 20, 2017 Posted in: General
Holiday shopping season is here, and so are all the deals. Psychological pricing strategies are implemented in transactions running the gamut from consumer goods to real estate and insurance. Buyers’ perceptions of value can be affected simply by the way a price or discount is presented. 
The Year in Review
Joe Herbers December 15, 2017 Posted in: Blog Posts, General, News

Pinnacle has enjoyed a highly successful 2017. We have added ten new full-time employees this year and now have 28 credentialed actuaries on staff, with another two actuarial analysts anticipating earning their Associate credential of the Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS) in the spring of 2018. 

Beyond Our Borders
Brittany Brinkman December 05, 2017 Posted in: General
I recently had the exciting opportunity to travel to Europe for two weeks with some family and friends. It was breathtaking, eye-opening and sometimes exhausting. Spanning eight countries, the journey left us with many fantastic and unforgettable memories. It also helped me realize how many of our experiences are connected with my daily work as an Actuarial Analyst. 
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