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Should I Transfer Property Right Before Filing Bankruptcy? Maryland Bankruptcy Attorney

My name is Ron Drescher. I’m an attorney practicing bankruptcy and commercial litigation in Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania and Virginia. Today, I’m going to answer the question, “Should I transfer property to myself and my wife and then file bankruptcy?” Well, the short answer to that question is definitely no. Don’t do that because that will…

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3 Money Beliefs Keeping You in Scarcity DEBUNKED (just know this…)

this video I’m gonna show you three money beliefs that are keeping you in scarcity or that are keeping you in a poor lack mindset I’m gonna show you how to go beyond it and I’m gonna answer and debunk those three beliefs welcome back to another video my name’s Erin and I help people…

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Line of Inquiry: John H. Cochrane on how to prevent financial crises

(soft violin music) So it’s been 10 years since the big financial crisis, and the question on everybody’s mind is: Have we fixed the problem? Could it happen again? Are all the regulations working? If not, what needs to be done? And I think there actually has been progress. I tend to be the grumpy…

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Psychology of financial markets: mini-lecture (UCL)

[ Music ]>>My name’s David Tuckett and I work in the Psychoanalysis Unit here at UCL. About 10 years ago, I began to be interested in bringing together psychology, economics and sociology and in trying to understand behaviour in financial markets, my interest being in instability and why there are booms and crashes, which, as…

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Luxury Hospital Suites For The Rich

the new york times wrote this really great piece about how hospitals are creating these luxury suites for their rich uh… i consider them clients in other rich patience so basically i it’ll be at the top floor of any hospital and this is happening in new york city it’s happening across angela and still…

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Indigenous Cultural Intellectual Property: Arts Law’s Artists in the Black Service

*click of camera* Hey! That tourist just took our p-p-picture! Hey, what’s he gonna do with that? He might go showing that picture all over the place. He’s got to respect our Aboriginal laws. Especially the laws protecting  our wandjina here. But our artists don’t have no big names. We don’t have the same rights as…

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Jessica Jackley: Poverty, money — and love

The stories we tell about each other matter very much. The stories we tell ourselves about our own lives matter. And most of all, I think the way that we participate in each other’s stories is of deep importance. I was six years old when I first heard stories about the poor. Now I didn’t…

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O’Bannon v. NCAA: Intellectual Property, Antitrust, & College Sports [POLICYbrief]

I was, uh, at a friend’s house and saw my likeness on a video game that his kid was playing. I initially thought it was pretty cool and was flattered, quite honestly. But then it was brought to my attention that they had paid for that video game and I didn’t get any type of…

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The colossal problem with universal basic income | Douglas Rushkoff

DOUGLAS RUSHKOFF: For a long time I was a fan of universal basic income. And the logic I had was that I always hear politicians talking about, ‘Let’s create jobs for people. That’s what we need is jobs, more jobs,’ as if that’s what’s going to solve the economic problem. So the government is supposed…

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9 Ways the Wealthy Think

Hey there, I’m Mel Abraham, the author of the #1 best-selling book, The Entrepreneur’s Solution and the founder of Thoughtpreneur Academy where we teach you how to capture, package and monetize what you know, the ideas in your head, for more impact, more time to yourself and more income. So, welcome back to this episode…

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