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WCET Webcast: Issues and Trends in Edtech in 2016

In 2015, trends in edtech included more emphasis on open educational resources, less hype around data analytics, and a nail in the MOOC coffin. Informal an
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The Biggest Estate Planning Mistakes You Can Make - Fox Business

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The Biggest Estate Planning Mistakes You Can Make
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Estate planning is a conscious approach to organizing your personal and financial affairs in order to deal with the possibility of mental incapacity and death.
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Charitable Giving – Steps to Choosing and Including the Right Charities in Your Estate Plan | New York New York Estate Planning, Probate and Living Trusts Attorneys | The Law Offices of Barton P. L...

Charitable Giving – Steps to Choosing and Including the Right Charities in Your Estate Plan | New York New York Estate Planning, Probate and Living Trusts Attorneys | The Law Offices of Barton P. L... | Estate planning | Scoop.it
For many people, charitable giving is an important part of an estate plan. Choosing which charities to include in your estate plan, how to include them, and how much to give though can be a difficult process.
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Why everyone should have an Enduring Power of Attorney - Family and Matrimonial - Australia

Why everyone should have an Enduring Power of Attorney - Family and Matrimonial - Australia | Estate planning | Scoop.it
26 Nov 2013 - Australia - Family and Matrimonial - Why everyone should have an Enduring Power of Attorney - Coleman Greig Lawyers - Clients often ask us what the difference is between a General Power of Attorney and an Enduring Power of Attorney.

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Oops - The Unintended Will Revocation

Oops - The Unintended Will Revocation | Estate planning | Scoop.it

Did you know that there are situations where you could revoke your Will without meaning to do so?  


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Did you know that there are situations where you could revoke your Will without meaning to do so?  In this video Keith Davidson discusses the unintened Will revocation:

http://www.californiatrustestateandprobatelitigation.com/videos/oops--the-unintended-will-revocation/

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Estate Planning: How to Talk to Elderly Parents About Money - Flanigan Law Group

Estate Planning: How to Talk to Elderly Parents About Money - Flanigan Law Group | Estate planning | Scoop.it
Estate planning tips for talking to aging parents about finances.

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If You Don't Have A Will, Health Care Proxy And Power Of Attorney, You'd Better Read This!

If You Don't Have A Will, Health Care Proxy And Power Of Attorney, You'd Better Read This! | Estate planning | Scoop.it
I recently went through the heavy and mournful experience of making end-of-life decisions for a close family friend.
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What is an estate planning checklist

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Estate Planning - Find out all you need to know about estate planning lawyer and estate planning software information.


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Critical Illness Insurance - Are You Financially Prepared for a Major Illness?

Have you ever considered how you would pay your bills if you were sick and off work for a period of time? Most people haven't, in fact, a recent study reveal...
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National Stroke & Critical Care Awareness Month

About 780000 Americans will have a stroke this year -- that's someone every 40 seconds, and we are bringing attention to how you can prepare for life events...
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Baler: Five reasons to review beneficiaries

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Beneficiary designations are an often-overlooked aspect of estate planning.

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While most people understand that they can designate a beneficiary for their life insurance and retirement accounts, they do not necessarily understand that the beneficiary designation forms control those assets absolutely.


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Carissa Giebel column: Estate planning mistakes to learn from - Green Bay Press Gazette

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Sometimes the biggest incentive to get your estate planning done can be hearing stories where estate planning, or the lack thereof, went wrong.

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Estate Planning Mistake 1 - Die Intestate or Intestate Estate

http://www.legalees.com - The first common estate planning mistake is to do nothing or die intestate which means you have no will or trust. Some refer so it ...
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The Biggest Estate Planning Mistakes You Can Make | Credit.com ...

The Biggest Estate Planning Mistakes You Can Make | Credit.com ... | Estate planning | Scoop.it
The biggest estate planning mistakes you can make are to plan improperly, or to fail to plan at all. Here's how to benefit from proper planning.
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Things to Consider When Estate Planning - Seaside Courier

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Things to Consider When Estate Planning Seaside Courier (StatePoint) You may worry about what will happen to your house and property when you're no longer willing or able to care for it -- particularly if you own property that has special meaning...
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Estate Planning Tips for People Under 40 - US News

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Taking time to prepare now means less stress later. (RT @DavidAGreeneESQ: RT @stonearchlaw: Estate planning tips for people under 40. Tip #1: start now.
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10 Must Have Estate Planning Documents - Forbes.com: Entrepreneurs and Small Business News and Information

10 Must Have Estate Planning Documents - Forbes.com: Entrepreneurs and Small Business News and Information | Estate planning | Scoop.it
estate planning documents checklist

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Estate Planning for Blended Families and Stepchildren

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Brent Gunderson, Phoenix estate planning expert at Gunderson Denton & Peterson talks about estate planning for blended families in Arizona.

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In most cases, blended families live together in perfect harmony. But what happens when one spouse dies? What becomes of the deceased spouse’s biological children in regards to inheritance? With a blended family, estate planning is especially important. Here are some things that can help you when planning your estate with a blended family and stepchildren.

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Estate Planning 101 Part 1

Do you have a Will, Health Care Proxy, Power of Attorney or Trust? If you answered no or don't think you need it, THINK AGAIN. Watch this video of Estate Pla...
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3 estate planning mistakes | Advisor.ca

3 estate planning mistakes | Advisor.ca | Estate planning | Scoop.it
The best way to learn is through mistakes. So here are three common estate planning offences.

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Estate Planning not only affects what is going to happen with your "stuff", but what is going to happen to your family.  Contact us at Wright & Associates and we can refer you to one of our partners to help with the first step of estate planning, the will.  You can reach us at 1-877-242-9116 or info@wrightassociates.ca.

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Tax & Estate Planning Seminar - April 11th, 2013

"How To Be Heard When You Can't Be Heard" - 5 Steps To Estate Planning. Hosted by Assante Capital Management Ltd. Advisors Janine Purves & Tina Tehranchian a...
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Limited Power of Attorney & Durable Power of Attorney - LegalZen

Limited Power of Attorney & Durable Power of Attorney - LegalZen | Estate planning | Scoop.it
What is the difference between Limited Power of Attorney and Durable Power of Attorney and why power of attorney is created?

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Do you know the difference between Limited Power of Attorney & Durable Power of Attorney?

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Basic Estate Planning Part 1 of 15

Introduction. Wills and probate property vs. nonprobate property.
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The cost of dying intestate | Money | The Guardian

The cost of dying intestate | Money | The Guardian | Estate planning | Scoop.it
When Paul Ilett's father died without making a will, he faced problems ranging from a threatened court case to near repossession. This is his cautionary tale.
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How to Revoke Power of Attorney

How to Revoke Power of Attorney | Estate planning | Scoop.it

http://theturbulencetraining.com/how-to-revoke-power-of-attorney.html As quite a few of us know, Power of Attorney (POA), in civil law system, refers to an authorization to act on behalf of someone, in a business or legal matter. The one who grants the authorization is called the principal or donor, and the one who has been granted the power is referred to as an...


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