Why You Need An Estate Planning Attorney

If you think estate planning is something you can do yourself, you may want to think again. The inheritance tax relief legislation of December 2010 increased the property value that an individual could leave estate tax exempt to $ 5 million adjusted for inflation each year. Another crucial change involved lowering the highest federal tax rate to 40 percent. As […]

The “Why Investment Banking?” Interview question: how to give a 10/10 answer

In a sea of ‚Äč‚Äčachievers who are equally talented, personable, and prepared, the “Why Investment Banking?” the interview question may be the only differentiating question left to ask bankers; asking it a popular and decisive question. While for college students who don’t look like aspiring bankers on paper (i.e. no end / acc degree, business degree, or relevant work experience) […]

How Much Do Lawyers Really Make?

We see it on television all the time; High-priced attorneys presiding over important cases and making money left and right. However, the reality is usually quite different. Yes, there is great earning potential as a lawyer, but it takes years of practice and experience before you can really capitalize on your degree. Let’s take a look at exactly how much […]

Fast Facts About Estate Planning Attorneys

By definition, a real estate planning attorney is an attorney who provides legal advice to clients who own assets that need to be managed during their disability or death. This includes the granting or release of these assets to the heirs and the payment of inheritance taxes corresponding to the state. Basic Responsibilities of Property Law Attorneys Estate planning attorneys […]

Michelle on leadership

The 9 leadership systems are relational, psychological, power leverage, skill leverage, negotiation, sacrifice, responsibility, living in paradox, and vision. Michelle Obama’s speech at the Democratic National Convention effectively and transparently touched the leadership system, which is why her speech has been revered by the public and critics alike. Relational His speech began by forming a connection and his perspective and […]

Teaching English in Asia

As I am Malay, my personal experience tells me that most Asian educational institutions are still obsessed with the colonial mindset of preferring or loving native speakers as teachers of English. Having said that, of course, with hesitation, I would also admit that a native’s knowledge of the English language is not an automatic passport for employment anywhere abroad, but […]

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