We will compile various social media information and list them herebelow.
Facebook is one of the most used social media tools for businesses and individuals. Today I was reading about Facebook and how they are collecting information about you:
Facebook will pay to spy on you, but you can make more money elsewhere by Jenny McGrath on June 12, 2019
Are you instagram? Do you want to link to Facebook? Note that Instagram is owned by Facebook. This article
How to link Instagram to Facebook - Here's how to link your Instagram, Facebook accounts for social syncing by Brie Barbee and Alina Bradford published on June 12, 2019
I had just finished a blog entry and posted it. I was checking it and I was shocked to see few words in the blog were sending me to other adds!!
I did a search to get to the bottom of this found the following articles. At this point I will avoid using for browsing google's chrome and use Firefox. www.lifewire.com/fix-google-chrome-problems-4177189 in this article at Lifewire, they list 10 google chrome problems and how to fix them. 10 Google Chrome Problems and How to Fix ThemEasy fixes to get you back to browsing article by: by Nicholas Congleton
The words that were leading people to some adds were: documents, link, timeshare and forms!! Please be aware, if you are using Chrome, not to click on those links! I'm not the one who created them. I somehow couldn't find my problem listed there. I hope you'll find this information useful, in case you have some Chrome browser issued.
Ah, welcome to the digital age. Instead of making life simpler, we constantly face problems! Nothing really simple about the digital world.
Your comments are welcome.
We will present on our blog, various relationship situations regarding wills and inheritance we read recently in the news. Most of us know the importance of will, however we procrastinate. We see the same problem with people knowing the importance of securing their family's photos and videos and getting them transferred to digital format. It's not top priority or they don't see the urgency of securing their irreplaceable family photos, videos and documents. How often do we read people losing everything during natural disasters. The first thing they miss is their family memories. We are aware those assets deteriorate and have short shelf time. When a problem arises from natural disasters or storing them in hot or humid environment, the loss is irreversible. You may rebuild a home or recover in time financial losses, however your family's legacy, memories once gone, are gone forever.
The same we see among people in our circles, when we ask them if they have a will or recommend one. They are a bit clueless as to why a will is important, or if there is a will, it's not shared with key people. They are a bit at a loss as to which attorney to contact or the importance of a will tailored to each person's individual situation and needs. Sometimes they quote that it's too expensive, so we need to ask ourselves, do we need to prevent heartbreaks of our loved ones, once we are gone? How much is your family's photos and videos worth to you?
We like to present and compile various inheritance related issues in the news, which reminds us of the importance of having an expert attorney ASAP. A simple will or DIY online will forms may cause a lot of trouble for our loved ones. Today we have selected few articles, which hopefully will help you take action and get your family and various relationships into count and ensure the ones you really want to inherit, get them. Hiring the right expert is always priceless.
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Ex-manager for comic book legend Stan Lee pleads not guilty to elder abuse
LOS ANGELES (AP) A former business manager to Stan Lee pleaded not guilty to elder abuse charges that allege he stole from the late Marvel Comics legend and held him against his will.
Published in USA Today: Please click here for the full article
Prenups and second marriages, now it's the norm to avoid unpleasant situations someday:
Surge in post-nup deals for late bequests and second marriages
Wealthy individuals and celebrities have long insisted on pre-nuptial agreements â legal deals to divide assets in case of the relationship breaking down at a later date. Article by Jane Bradley published on 18 May 2019
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Q. My father died without a will. He had a timeshare. I didnât claim the timeshare in probate and I had no interest in it. The timeshare company was notified of his death, but they keep sending letters to him. Whatâs my responsibility here?
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How to Keep Your Heirs from Blowing Their Inheritance Spendthrift trusts may sound like you're trying to keep your kids from frittering away your legacy, but they are not just for those with spending problems. They're useful in cases of divorce, substance abuse or where beneficiaries are young or financially inexperienced. Article By PHILIP J. RUCE, J.D., LL.M., Estate Planning Attorney published on June 5, 2019
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Did you get unsolicited phone calls today? On Wednesday, we had a funeral to attend. I'm so glad I had my cellphone ringer on silence. Within three hours I got the most spam calls ever! At least 10 of them!!! It's so annoying!
As per recent article in AARP's February 2019 publication, the problem it seems is that too often we give our data away.
I will summarize here the major points:
Getting organized and staying organized takes a lot of effort. Specially, over the years when you accumulate stuff, without making room for stuff you really want to have. Besides the regular shopping added to stuff we have, imagine having hobbies that need even more space, than those who don't collect to satisfy their creativity.
I have been involved in helping others with their containment of clutter. Saturday was one of those days. The elderly lady said you are really good at it. She was unable to keep track of all the stuff that had taken over her three bedroom apartment. She had bags of stuff. She is elderly, so I took the initiative in bringing the stuff in the living room to her and one by one going thru them. She had a very large tub of tapperware, so we stuffed the stuff she will need for her hobbies at a later day. Another pile was made for stuff she would give away. And stuff of no longer interest and not worth donating, went in large black trash bags.
However, if you attempt to sell your items, there are many tools and websites to sell your items. In the mid 90s I had discovered a platform, which I have to this day. I haven't aggressively promoted, however I have got some sales. It's Ecrater. I also set a Facebook page for those who sell on Ecrater at: www.facebook.com/groups/EcraterStores/ - there are some gems to discover. To go along with that page, I also have on Pinterest a special board to further promote Ecrater as well at: https://www.pinterest.com/OurDesignPages/business-news-and-sourcewww.pinterest.com/OurDesignPages/business-news-and-sources/s/ subgroup of Business News and Sources. I will add more stores there for you to discover and hopefully shop at their stores.
I am asked, where else do I sell my items. I have used various apps: