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    Ah, the busy life of a real estate broker. When things are good, you have to work hard to keep up with the demands on your time. When things are bad, you have to work even header to compete for clients and close deals in a difficult economy. No matter how overwhelmed you may sometimes feel, you need to know there is way to save lots of time on a daily basis. It's call modern technology. Using the Available Tools to Make Your Business Life Better The onslaught of new technology and incredible apps can be intimidating to even the most proficient of technology enthusiasts. However, these technological advancements are quickly becoming necessary "tools of the trade" for real estate agents. Whether you recognize it or not, all of these tools are designed to somehow make your life easier. It's important for you to embrace as many of these tools as you can, lest you find yourself at a distinct disadvantage compared to the agents who have already put them to good use. If efficiency translates to dollars and cents, you will find no better reason to use these tools than making more money.…

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    Wills Vs. Estate Planning

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    loving act for your family as well as one that lets you retain control even after death. You don't need to have an estate to do your estate planning. You don't even need to have tons of assets for wills and estate planning. What is Basic Estate Planning? At its simplest, estate planning are a set of legal documents that help your family make decisions for you based on your desires in life. For example, if there's been an accident,…

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    Estate Planning Dbq

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    few decades, humans have yet to discover a way to avoid this eventuality. For some, it happens at an early age, yet others live to be 100 or more. Every individual needs to look into estate planning at an early age and obtain estate planning assistance in AZ regularly, as their circumstances change, to ensure their loved ones are protected upon their death. Doing so allows the deceased to have more say over his or her finances and to ensure loved ones are spared from having to handle his or her…

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    reversionary interest in the property, no part of the property is includible in the decedent’s gross estate, even though possession or enjoyment of the property could be obtained by Y or Z only by surviving the decedent. (3) What interest or interests, if any, are included in Grantor’s gross estate under Section 2037 (assuming the 5 percent test is met) in the following situations: (a) Grantor creates a trust with income to Spouse, S, for life, reversion to Grantor is living and, if not, to…

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    Executor Liability

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    When beneficiaries named in an estate know they will receive a portion of the decedent’s property, they get anxious. In most common estates, beneficiaries are unaware of the following factors that determine the length of time it will take the executor to distribute property: • Executor responsibility – The priority for any executor is to pay the expenses and the taxes of the estate. Also, the executor must provide the probate court with an Inventory of Assets as depicted in the article…

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    Mississauga Real Estate Broker? In today's fast-paced world it is hard for any one of us to invest a considerable amount of time in finding a perfect property deal. Our daily life is surrounded with many responsibilities as well as a schedule that cannot be broken easily. In such a situation, it is hard to find a property or even good buyer to sell our property within a limited time frame. On the other hand, hiring a Mississauga real estate broker can help us to get what we want without any…

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    In 1789, 97% of the French Society consisted of Third Estate. The Third Estate was made of the commoners and peasants of France. They didn’t have many rights or much money and their problems were ignored (Pipe, Jim 10). The main cause of the French Revolution was the structural inequality and unfair rights. This lead the Third Estate to believe that the Second and First Estates were enjoying life at the expense of their own lives and well being (The French Revolution 1- 2). When the Third Estate…

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    1. Three observations that Arthur Young made about the life in France between the years 1787 and 1789 were that the poor people seem very poor as even the children are terribly ragged, the lack of bread is terrible as the price of it is above the peasant’s ability to pay, and that a woman joined him and complained about the hard times as the high taxes are crushing the peasants. 2. a. The conclusion that I can draw about the relationship between the percentage of the population in each estate…

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    Introduction Before 1789 France was still in the Old Regime, which means the people in France were divided into three large social classes called estates. The First Estate held the clergy, the Second Estate was rich nobles, and finally the Third estate was everybody else, they remain 97% of the population. In the late 1780’s French people were faced starvation because of the bad harvest. Also, France was in huge debt due to King Louis XIV and his queen, Marie Antoinette, who continued to live on…

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    for equal rights of all people and a push away from the Old Regime social structure. Under the French Old Regime there were three estates, or classes. The First Estate was the clergy, the Second Estate was the nobility, and the Third Estate was the working class. It was made of the Bourgeoisie, or middle class, the workers, and the peasants. The clergy and nobility were in control and did not pay taxes. The Third Estate, however, paid extremely high taxes and did all the farming, building, and…

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