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Alexandra Jackson – Dying Without a Will or Estate Plan.

February 14, 2018 12:07 PM0 comments
Alexandra Jackson – Dying Without a Will or Estate Plan.

Alexandra Jackson is an estate planning and veteran’s disability benefits attorney at Jackson & MacNichol. She is passionate about demystifying the estate planning process and educating people about intestacy. (Note: Intestacy is dying without a will or other estate plan. 1. What is an estate plan? 2. Why should I have […]

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Pace Rawlins – Trump’s Immigration Policy, Business and the Economy

February 12, 2018 4:35 PM0 comments
Pace Rawlins – Trump’s Immigration Policy, Business and the Economy

Pace Rawlins is the Founding Partner of Rawlins Law Firm, P.C. in Mesa, Arizona where he practices Immigration and Nationality Law. He’s a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). Pace is fluent in Spanish, proficient in Portuguese and is a frequent guest attorney on Television and Radio.  He is […]

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Crush Your Fears, Destroy Your Doubts, Become Unstoppable!

February 6, 2018 2:25 PM0 comments

Crush Your Fears, Destroy Your Doubts, Become Unstoppable!

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Noah Kerner, CEO of Acorns – From J.Lo to Disrupting Wall Street

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Noah Kerner, CEO of Acorns – From J.Lo to Disrupting Wall Street

Noah Kerner is CEO at Acorns. His background is colorful: Co-author of “Chasing Cool” with the former CEO of Barneys, founder/CEO of three startups, and former DJ for Jennifer Lopez…all before 30. Tell us about ACORNS? Found Money Program Dollar Cost Average Tell Us About Your Portfolios What inspired you to […]

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Rohit Gupta – Sentenai.com

February 5, 2018 4:48 PM0 comments
Rohit Gupta – Sentenai.com

Founder of Sentenai, a developer of cloud infrastructure that applies machine learning techniques to automate data engineering. It recently closed a $1.8 million Series Seed investment and is expanding its technology for use and benefit of multiple industries. If you follow discussions about the Internet of Things or IoT, you’ve […]

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Jeffrey Small – Turning Financial Planning Right-Side Up

January 30, 2018 10:56 AM0 comments
Jeffrey Small – Turning Financial Planning Right-Side Up

Jeffrey Small grew up in Brevard County and has been working with clients and their families for almost 30 years of industry & market experience. Arbor Financial is a boutique of Financial Investment’s. Jeffrey, dedicated to providing his clients and the public with an array of diverse financial products and services, […]

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William Underwood – Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation Attorney

January 26, 2018 12:53 PM0 comments
William Underwood – Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation Attorney

William F. “Trey” Underwood, III, is a personal injury and workers’ compensation attorney from Albany, GA.  Trey began practice at the Dougherty County District Attorney’s Office in 2007 and later joined his father’s firm in 2009 where he began representing injured workers.  Trey is a past president of the Dougherty Judicial […]

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How you can succeed at anything, the truth behind money and success!

June 16, 2017 10:04 AM0 comments

  Why do the rich get richer and the poor get poorer? Discover how to tap into your potential and increase your belief so you can achieve any goal you desire! :04 welcome I appreciate you very much I appreciate you stopping by and checking 0:08 this out hey I […]

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7 Ways to Protect Your Business from Cyber Criminals

December 14, 2016 6:36 AM0 comments
7 Ways to Protect Your Business from Cyber Criminals

Photo by Masa Israel Journey / CC BY-ND 2.0 No business, regardless of size, is safe from data breach and theft. This is why it’s important to observe proper safety precautions when transacting online and storing sensitive data on computers. Below are some tips you can follow to protect your […]

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Tips To Make Your Freelance Business Look More Credible Online

December 13, 2016 7:22 AM0 comments

  It seems that on every networking group freelancers are asking the same questions about their business: “How do I get more clients?” “How do I come off as a professional and not an amateur?” And: “How do I get my target audience to choose me over others?” The answer […]

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