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The Complete Guide to Planning Your Estate In Pennsylvania: A Step-By-Step Plan to Protect Your Assets, Limit Your Taxes, and Ensure Your Wishes Are Fulfilled for Pennsylvania Residents
The Complete Guide to Planning Your Estate In Pennsylvania: A Step-By-Step Plan to Protect Your Assets, Limit Your Taxes, and Ensure Your Wishes Are Fulfilled for Pennsylvania Residents
by Linda C. Ashar
Edition: Paperback
Price: $17.80
22 used & new from $12.08

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Inside look for planning your life assets, May 7, 2010
"Planning your Estate in Pennsylvania" is a well organized step by step plan on how to plan for your future in case of disability and/or death. The book goes over the basics of car, house, health, life and other basic insurances that may be necessary to your life. It also goes over the legal matters in which you may have to deal with or your family may have to deal with at some point, such as a will, trust, or power of attorney.
The book gives you vital information on what kind of legal information and what type of people you need in order to successfully come up with a plan. The book even provides sample paperwork and case studies to help you further understand what you are dealing with. It is not only good for residents of Pennsylvania, but the book also relates Pennsylvania laws to similar laws found in other states. That would be especially helpful if say you don't live in Pennsylvania but have property there, or vice versa. The book lists other states rules and laws that either coincide or contradict Pennsylvania's laws.
The book is easy to read and is very informational. It gives you examples and places to look for other information you may need outside of this book. It makes you think about things you may have never considered before when planning your estate. It also gives you the pros and cons of each decision you could make when planning your estate.


How to Start and Make a Conversation: How to Talk to Anyone in 30 Seconds or Less
How to Start and Make a Conversation: How to Talk to Anyone in 30 Seconds or Less
by Chris Gottschalk
Edition: Paperback
Price: $14.36
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good for refreshing your skills, May 7, 2010
"How to Start and Make a Conversation" is a great book for those who may lack self confidence or want to freshen up on their talking skills. The book gives details on how to start a conversation, hold the conversation, and how to get out of a bad conversation. It also delves into how body language plays a factor in communication, as well as what countries may consider body language differently than we do.
The book shows examples and uses case studies to demonstrate specific situations. For example, the book tells you how to differentiate between being nervous to just being someone who overpowers the conversation. The Myer-Briggs test shows that there are sixteen personality types, and even if two people are introverted, there are other qualities that within the test that can make them incompatible or personalities can conflict.
This book not only shows you how to start a conversation, but breaks it down to normal social settings, workplace, dating, and conferences for example. Each situation is different, plus you may be dealing with multiple people in one situation, but just one or two people in the next situation. It tells you how to digress from a conversation with a person that is boring without being rude, or how your body language can tell someone to back off. "How to Start and Make a Conversation" takes you through a journey that can improve your social speaking skills and make you feel confident in any situation by the time you are done reading it.
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