When a high value asset like a truck containing valuable cargo is stolen, a business owner is forced to absorb the cost of the asset, its cargo, missed delivery targets, security charges, insurance involvement and more. With our smart #fleetmanagement tool, when a threat is detected, the vehicle shuts down the engine, sends an app notification and even calls the fleet manager. Visit our website to find out more about how our solutions can improve your fleet management operations. #fleetmanagement#assetprotection#amberconnect
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Stan Lee, the Marvel Comics co-creator of superheroes such as Spider-Man recently died at age 95. Predators such as his caregiver, daughter and business associates all tried to gain control of his assets. Visit the link in our bio to read more.
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If you or someone you know could use some guidance on MassHealth planning and asset protection, consider attending this informative presentation given by Samantha Gentel, Esq. on Wednesday 1/23 at 8:30 AM in the Natick branch of Needham Bank. To reserve your seat, email Lois @[email protected]#masshealth#assetprotection#elderlaw
How is your Facebook ‘first impressions’? Is your business Facebook page optimized to generate new clients? And does it inspire people to contact me as their lawyer?
Here is a quick checklist you can follow to optimize your Facebook page:
• Your profile & cover photo: since this is seen first, use a high-resolution images that identify your brand and motivates visitors to explore more. • The About section tells the story of your law firm with all the necessary detail the visitor needs. Tell them your story, what they want to know, with a short description.
• Give them the practical information: address, phone number, business hours, services, etc. • Complete the profile with current information. A completed profile portrays a professional attitude. It shows the visitor you are serious about your business and implies trustworthiness because all the information is openly available.
• The username helps clients find you on Facebook. Include in the username—the URL—the firm name and location. • Always add the description when posting on Facebook. • Add your website to your Facebook page and vice versa. It makes it easy for clients to click through to your website or from your website to your Facebook page.
After you’ve optimized the Facebook page, engage with potential clients by posting regularly. We can help you optimize your Facebook page and with consistent posting.
At Bambiz, we work exclusively with elder law and estate planning firms and have extensive experience in developing social media marketing strategies unique to your firm, location, and potential client base. To learn more about how we can help grow your business using online marketing, schedule a free 15-minute call with us. #TipTuesday#Bambiz
We will be conducting a special presentation of our "How To Protect Your Stuff In 3 Easy Steps" educational workshop at the Bergenfield Public Library (50 W Clinton Ave, Bergenfield, NJ) on Tuesday from 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM.
You are highly encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to learn all that you need to know about protecting your family, estate and legacy! To RSVP, please call us at 877-296-2575.
The great majority of Americans who were able to get a tax deduction for giving to charities in prior years may no longer take advantage of such deduction. Click the link in our bio to read more.
White Elephant Security - We are not just a security company ... we believe in the safety of our clients and their families, we believe in finding new ways to outsmart the enemy each day & we believe in a future where you can say - "I'm protected by whom I trust, in every way"
We have all heard the phrase " Nothing Is Certain, But Death and Taxes". What many are probably not aware of, is that in "death", the "debt" will be collected.
Over my more than 20 years in the finance industry, I have had the pleasure or displeasure of clients offhandedly say; "they didn't care what happened to their "debt" after their "death". I find this statement both immature and irresponsible.
Let it be known, creditors will not just write off or discharge the debt after the borrower(s) has died. And certainly not if the debt is a mortgage. It becomes the responsibility of the estate or any surviving relatives to inform the lender in a timely manner when and how they intend to liquidate the debt. The prudent thing for a borrower to do is to have some form of mortgage protection or life insurance to deal with the eventuality of death, as "nothing is certain but death and taxes". To find out more about asset protection and ensuring your financial legacy is transferred to your beneficiaries without unnecessary stress and costs, call us at 1-866-883-0885 or 905-813-4354 or stop by anytime for a chat.
Click link below to find out more about what happens to your mortgage after you die.