If you were to take a random poll of people within the United States - asking them to define the American Dream, you are bound to get a wide assortment of responses. Here are a few that come to mind: Freedom Independence Business Ownership Of the responses, the one that many individuals seize on - … Continue reading Entrepreneurs, Startups and Business Owners: 3 Things to Know About the American Dream
Business Owners and Entrepreneurs - Opportunities for Minorities in the Maryland Medical Marijuana Industry The workshop will be held on Friday, November 6th, in the Miller Senate Office Building in Annapolis, Maryland. All activities on this day are free and open to the public. Friday, November 6, 2015 - Miller Conference Room East I, 1st … Continue reading Business Owners and Entrepreneurs – Opportunities for Minorities in the Medical Marijuana Industry in Maryland
Annual Pythias A. and Virginia I. Jones African-American Community Forum on Memory Loss This free conference is named in honor of the parents of the Honorable Verna L. Jones-Rodwell, Ernestine Jones Jolivet, Alvin A. Jones, Pythias D. Jones, M.D. and the late Gilda Jones Garrett. Pythias A. and Virginia I were affected by dementia. The … Continue reading Alzheimer’s Association Greater Maryland – Annual Pythias A. and Virginia I. Jones African-American Community Forum on Memory Loss
The idea of unclaimed assets is exciting to many people. If you are thinking, why would someone have unclaimed assets? According to an article on the USA TODAY website, there are several reasons why someone would end up with unclaimed assets. One of the culprits for unclaimed assets is poor estate planning. Which of course … Continue reading Do You Have Unclaimed Assets?
When I look back at my years as a flight attendant, I am amazed at the life lessons that I learned by crossing paths with so many people. However, The various passengers that I came into contact with was just one part of the story. I also learned that patience, flexibility and calmness are useful … Continue reading 3 Lessons I Learned From my Career as a Flight Attendant That I Use in Estate Planning
Mark you calendar and set your alarm for the event below: July 31, 2014 -10:30 am -12 pm – Come and join Aquanetta J. Betts, Esquire and the Ad Hoc Committee on Nonprofit Organizations at the National Bar Association’s 89th Annual Convention & Exhibits in Atlanta. … Continue reading The Countdown Begins – 21 Days Until the Ad Hoc Committee on Nonprofit Organization’s Seminar – The National Bar Association’s 89th Annual Convention & Exhibits in Atlanta
We are living longer these days. Active lifestyles, healthy eating, medical advances and genetics are all playing a role in longer life expectancies for many people. With that in mind, how has your family been affected by Alzheimer’s? If you are fortunate, you may be asking: what is Alzheimer’s and why should I care? Alzheimer's … Continue reading 6 Things you Should Know About Alzheimer’s Disease
You may be wondering, what are digital assets? More importantly, why should I care? Nowadays, you likely have them all over the place. If you are reading this post, chances are you already have an extensive digital life online. Some examples of digital assets include: Email accounts; pictures; webpages; blogs; online storage accounts; social network … Continue reading Digital Assets Worth Their Weight in the Cloud – How Much are Yours Worth?
Part 3 or 3 Happy Father’s Day to all the dads, granddads, uncles and other men who have been mentors to young people. We celebrate the wonderful contributions that you have made. Enjoy your day and know that you are appreciated. What happens to your assets when you are gone? The answer to that question … Continue reading How is Your Estate Plan Looking for Father’s Day? (Part 3 of 3)
Part 2 or 3 Happy Father’s Day to all the dads, granddads, uncles and other men who have been mentors to young people. We celebrate the wonderful contributions that you have made. Enjoy your day and know that you are appreciated. What happens to your assets when you are gone? The answer to that question … Continue reading How is Your Estate Plan Looking for Father’s Day? (Part 2 of 3)