• ECCO NextGen Global Programme 2020 – Meet Christina
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    ECCO NextGen Global Programme 2020 – Meet Christina

    [MUSIC PLAYING] CHRISTINA: Graduating from university can involve some uncertainty. That was the case for me when I finished my master’s degree in finance. I was still hungry to learn and wanted to challenge myself and find my true passion. So I applied for ECCO’s NextGen program. Looking back, I’m happy that I did, because I’ve been given the chance to define my own career. As an ECCO NextGen, you develop a huge amount of respect for craftsmanship and innovation behind ECCO’s products. You start to see yourself and your role in a broader perspective within a global business setup. So, if you’re ambitious, open to new things, and able…

  • Law Of Vibration And Attraction – The Law Of Vibration Explained!
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    Law Of Vibration And Attraction – The Law Of Vibration Explained!

    good good good good vibrations today we’re gonna talk about three ways you can raise your vibrations today so let’s talk about that now to hear from creature future CEO some accounts are life coach and a law of attraction coach and today we’re talking about three ways you can raise your vibrations to help you manifest anything you like whether it be money a job building your business or a specific person into your life so just before I get started definitely subscribe and hit the bell icon below if you haven’t already because I do put out new videos every Sunday Wednesday and Friday each one of them…

  • 3 Reasons to Avoid Probate
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    3 Reasons to Avoid Probate

    – Today, we’ll discuss the three reasons why you want to avoid probate. You know, when you pass away, unless you have a trust, your family most likely will need to go to the probate court to get their inheritance and to pay debts. This is especially true if your assets like your house, car, or bank account are only in your name. For some reason, a lot of people think if they have a will then their assets magically are transferred somehow to their heirs, and that is simply not true. Although having a will is a good basic form of estate planning, a will does not avoid probate…

  • Social Advocacy in Salsa Engage
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    Social Advocacy in Salsa Engage

    Hi everyone, I’m Shannon and on this edition of Salsa in 60, we’ll be going through online advocacy in Salsa. There are three dynamic ways that you can use social media inside of Salsa Engage to amplify your advocacy efforts and impact on policy. When publishing your action alert emails you can create and schedule a series of social media posts to publish at the same time your emails go out increasing your reach. You can connect and publish action alerts to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Tumblr. You can also create targeted messages that enable your supporters to tweet their representatives or send a Facebook message directly to a…

  • Defence Statements | Olliers Solicitors | Law Firm
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    Defence Statements | Olliers Solicitors | Law Firm

    One of the most important stages in a Crown Court case is when we reach the stage of preparing a defence statement. At Olliers we take our time in taking your instructions and presenting, on your behalf, your version of events. There are several reasons why a defence statement is so important. The first is that it is your opportunity to set out in what ways you take issue with what is alleged against you. The second part of the defence statement is to give the reasons why you take issue; to set out your version of events; what you say happened. Thirdly, perhaps most importantly, the defence statement can…

  • Why the law of attraction isn’t working for you and how to fix it
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    Why the law of attraction isn’t working for you and how to fix it

    in this video I am going to be sharing with you five things that you are doing that are subconsciously blocking the law of attraction from working for you and I’m going to be giving you some practical ways that you can do in order to fix this what is up guys welcome back to another video if your new here my name is Frank Fulminante and in this video I am going to be sharing with you some things that you may be doing that are actually blocking the law of attraction from working for you and I’m going to be sharing with you some practical ways that you…

  • Facts About Your Will  | Vancouver Wa | Phelan Webber Pettis P.S. (360) 696-2069
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    Facts About Your Will | Vancouver Wa | Phelan Webber Pettis P.S. (360) 696-2069

    I have a will, so that’s all I need, right? No. A will is a great tool for setting forth your wishes. You get to name who you want to be in charge of your estate. That person is called a personal representative. In addition, you get to specify who will receive your estate when you pass. But a will does not provide for a lifetime decision-maker, a will may not address non-probate assets like IRA, or life insurance policies that have death beneficiary designations. If you own those types of assets, it would be important to coordinate them with your will.

  • Asset Protection | Vancouver WA | Phelan Webber Pettis P.S. (360) 696-2069.
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    Asset Protection | Vancouver WA | Phelan Webber Pettis P.S. (360) 696-2069.

    Shouldn’t I just put my house and bank accounts in my children’s names? Oh, my! We often hear bankers recommending this, and that may be helpful in terms of paying your bills, but generally it won’t give you the other assistance you may need. For example, a joint owner of a bank account can’t contact an insurance company, cannot access your IRA, cannot make your healthcare decisions, and the list goes on and on. In addition, adding a child’s name to a bank account or a house can put your assets at risk to your child’s creditors. Or even worse, what if your child has a disability, and is in…

  • IRS Telephone Service Declines – Taxpayer Advocate Service
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    IRS Telephone Service Declines – Taxpayer Advocate Service

    >>>This message is brought to you by the Taxpayer Advocate Service. Your voice at the IRS. >>>NINA OLSON: Hello. I’m Nina Olson, the National Taxpayer Advocate, with some news you can use. The Internal Revenue Code requires me to submit an Annual Report to Congress each year, identifying at least 20 of the most serious problems facing taxpayers and to make recommendations to resolve those problems. Overall, this year’s report identifies 21 problems and provides updates on two previously identified issues. The report recommends dozens of administrative changes, proposes 11 legislative changes, and analyzes the 10 tax issues most frequently litigated in the federal courts. This year, I identified the…

  • Career Hacks: What to include in a cover letter
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    Career Hacks: What to include in a cover letter

    Your cover letter and CV go hand-in-hand and should complement each other. But what’s the best way to write a cover letter and what should you include? Hi everyone, welcome to Career Hacks I’m Zoe, from Michael Page Procurement and Supply Chain. Your cover letter should introduce you, demonstrate your interest, and draw attention to your CV. Personalise your letter. Put your contact details at the top of the page and try to address the person who you are trying to get in touch with. Tailor your cover letter. Make it unique to you and your experience. Be positive. Your tone of voice should express how interested you are in…