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The Art of Passing the Buck: Vol I: The Secrets of Wills And Trusts Revealed By Charles Arthur
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The Art of Passing the Buck offers a simple, comprehensive explanation of how Wills and Trusts work. It reveals wealth retention, management and empowerment techniques you can use to build a family... More > dynasty. Inheritance may often degenerate into legal battles, and/or dark whisperings among relatives. Who was cared for or neglected comes to the fore when reading the Will or setting up the Trust. Sometimes, siblings battle among themselves over who gets what, while parents become distraught making the myriad decisions related to their own passing. We explain how there can be a smooth transition when both Grantors and Beneficiaries have vital information. A must read for both givers and receivers of wealth, this book also covers: the history of Trusts, Trust types, Trustees and the law, privacy, who should not have a Trust, parenting and perpetual wealth, and heirs: the favored and the flawed. Emphasis throughout is on what works in the real world, based on decades of experience.< Less
Reflecting God's Character in Your Planning While Experiencing His Abundance More Fully By Tim Voorhees
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This book encourages Christians to understand the ancient and practical underpinnings of the wonderful new covenant of grace. The covenantal planning process focuses on helping each believer know and... More > honor God at a deep personal level. Maturity at the personal level fosters a more mature understanding of how we can develop our God-given wealth in families, churches, and other corporate relationships. Each section of the book provides practical advice for recognizing the abundance available to everyone. The covenantal concepts should inspire readers to steward resources more joyfully while experiencing more fully the blessed life that Christ secured for us.< Less
Ferguson's Gang - The Maidens behind the Masks By Anna Hutton-North
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When a group of friends formed ‘Ferguson’s Gang’ they had no idea of the notoriety their antics would produce. Society was astounded by the daring tricks the Gang used to raise... More > money but these were no common robbers. They presented the booty in the carcass of a goose or wrapped round a cigar; pledging undying support to the National Trust. The Gang passionately fought against the spread of urbanisation and destruction of our English heritage. Their greatest feat was preserving their anonymity; now almost a century later the fascinating story of Ferguson’s Gang is finally revealed in this book. It is a world now forgotten; of stately homes with armies of servants. Yet amongst this wealth and splendour lurked a group of rebels. The personal stories of the masked maidens are startling; mixing with Royalty, they belonged to the leading political dynasties and rubbed shoulders with the literary elite. It is no wonder these women kept their identities so heavily concealed.< Less
Ferguson's Gang - The Maidens behind the Masks By Anna Hutton-North
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When a group of friends formed ‘Ferguson’s Gang’ they had no idea of the notoriety their antics would produce. Society was astounded by the daring tricks the Gang used to raise... More > money but these were no common robbers. They presented the booty in the carcass of a goose or wrapped round a cigar; pledging undying support to the National Trust. Their greatest feat was preserving their anonymity; now almost a century later the fascinating story of Ferguson’s Gang is finally revealed in this book. It is a world now forgotten; of genteel tea parties, debutantes’ balls and stately homes with armies of servants. Yet amongst this wealth and splendour lurked a group of rebels. The personal stories of the masked maidens are startling; mixing with Royalty, they belonged to the leading political dynasties and rubbed shoulders with the literary elite. It is no wonder these women kept their identities so heavily concealed.< Less
Ferguson's Gang - The Maidens behind the Masks By Anna Hutton-North
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When a group of friends formed ‘Ferguson’s Gang’ they had no idea of the notoriety their antics would produce. Society was astounded by the daring tricks the Gang used to raise... More > money; these were no common robbers though, they presented the booty in the carcass of a goose or wrapped round a cigar. Pledging undying support to the National Trust, the Gang passionately fought against the spread of urbanisation and destruction of our English heritage. Their greatest feat was preserving their anonymity; now almost a century later the fascinating story of Ferguson’s Gang is finally revealed in this book. It is a world now forgotten; of stately homes with armies of servants. Yet amongst this wealth and splendour lurked a group of rebels. The personal stories of the masked maidens are startling; mixing with Royalty, they belonged to the leading political dynasties and rubbed shoulders with the literary elite. It is no wonder these women kept their identities so heavily concealed.< Less
Queen Elizabeth By Jacob Abbott
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Elizabeth I was queen of England and Ireland from 17 November 1558 until her death. Sometimes called "The Virgin Queen", "Gloriana" or "Good Queen Bess", Elizabeth was... More > the fifth and last monarch of the Tudor dynasty. Elizabeth's reign is known as the Elizabethan era, famous above all for the flourishing of English drama, led by playwrights such as William Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe, and for the seafaring prowess of English adventurers such as Francis Drake. Elizabeth is acknowledged as a charismatic performer and a dogged survivor, in an age when government was ramshackle and limited and when monarchs in neighbouring countries faced internal problems that jeopardised their thrones. Elizabeth set out to rule by good counsel, and she depended heavily on a group of trusted advisers led by William Cecil, Baron Burghley. In government Elizabeth was moderate and in religion she was relatively tolerant, avoiding systematic persecution.< Less
Seda's Diary: Outcast By A.C. Extarian, R.K. Modena
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Seda finds herself exiled to the farthest reaches of the Dynasty for doing what she believed was her duty. Ordered to take charge of an old outpost, she expects little of herself or the men and women... More > assigned to her command. But the ruins hold many mysteries and secrets, and the band of misfits, old soldiers, outcasts and rejects of the Dynasty lead her to discover further crimes - and more victims of those in power. Determined to try make a better life for them, Seda brings the garrison together to improve their lot with their own hands - slowly earning the beginnings of their trust. The corruption of the Dynasty is far greater than Seda anticipates, and soon the young Tzaro must decide which she will be a peaceful, law-abiding Healer, or the new leader of the garrison of NovaVita.< Less
New Collected Rhymes (1910) By Andrew Lang
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This poor little flutter of rhymes would not have been let down the wind: the project would have been abandoned but for the too flattering encouragement of a responsible friend. I trust that he may... More > not "live to rue the day," like Keith of Craigentolly in the ballad. The "Loyal Lyrics" on Charles and James and the White Rose must not be understood as implying a rebellious desire for the subversion of the present illustrious dynasty. "These are but symbols that I sing, These names of Prince, and rose, and King; Types of things dear that do not die, But reign in loyal memory. ACROSS THE WATER surely they Abide their twenty-ninth of May; And we shall hail their happy reign, When Life comes to his own again," - over the water that divides us from the voices and faces of our desires and dreams.< Less
New Collected Rhymes (1910) By Andrew Lang
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This poor little flutter of rhymes would not have been let down the wind: the project would have been abandoned but for the too flattering encouragement of a responsible friend. I trust that he may... More > not "live to rue the day," like Keith of Craigentolly in the ballad. The "Loyal Lyrics" on Charles and James and the White Rose must not be understood as implying a rebellious desire for the subversion of the present illustrious dynasty. "These are but symbols that I sing, These names of Prince, and rose, and King; Types of things dear that do not die, But reign in loyal memory. ACROSS THE WATER surely they Abide their twenty-ninth of May; And we shall hail their happy reign, When Life comes to his own again," - over the water that divides us from the voices and faces of our desires and dreams.< Less