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Robert Pagliarini

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  • How to use a Nevada asset protection trust to safeguard your assets

    Are you interested in protecting your assets? I recently interviewed Provident Trust Group's Neil Schoenblum, a Senior Trust Officer based in Nevada, on the value of Nevada Asset Protection Trusts to protect assets. Read an excerpt from our conversation...
  • Would an inheritance ruin your kids' ambition?

    An inheritance can give your children just the financial boost they need. They could use it to pay off lingering debt, for a house down payment, to contribute to a kid's education or just to provide extra peace of mind. But if you're concerned about...
  • Why you may not get an inheritance (and what to do about it)

    If you are expecting an outright inheritance, you may need to think again. If you are planning on receiving an inheritance, I have some bad news for you. A 2014 study by the Insured Retirement Institute had a shocking finding. In the past, about two-...
  • How to stay strong and get what you deserve in a divorce

    What should you do if you are in the middle of a divorce but feel at the end of your rope? When you're struggling for an equitable resolution but don't see any end in sight? When you simply can't take another day of nasty texts with your spouse or another...
  • Leadership in a noisy world

    In journalism the adage is "if it bleeds it leads," which means the most shocking and provocative stories run on the first page because those are the ones that grab attention and sell papers. It is the same reason the nightly news plugs urge us to tune in...
  • Why it's okay to lie on your resume

    I'm a big fan of lying on a resume. In fact, I think everyone should do it. It's beneficial for your career and nobody needs to know about it. Ideally, if you do it correctly, you'll land your dream job and nobody will ever know you completely...
  • Why some lottery winners curse their big win

    What happens when your "dreams" come true? We're always told to be careful what we wish for, and for Powerball lottery winner "Wild" Willie Seeley and his wife Nancy, this advice couldn't be more true. The Seeleys are calling their $3.8 million win a...
  • Don't make these 6 common sudden wealth mistakes

    After nearly two decades of working with sudden wealth recipients, I've seen what works and what doesn't. Navigating sudden wealth requires equal parts knowing what to do and knowing what not to do. If you have just won the lottery, been notified you...
  • How to make 2012 your best year yet

    This is the one (and maybe only!) time of year that most of us look toward the future. We think about the new year as we ponder what we did and didn't do in the past year. We have fun creating and sharing our New Year's resolutions. For a week or so,...
  • Job secrets from a Google recruiter

    Pssst. May I share a secret with you? Actually, may I share eight job-search secrets with you from a Google recruiter? Get the inside scoop from somebody who has seen thousands of resumes and who is responsible for hiring at the Internet giant. The job...
  • Positive fantasies hurt real-world success

    Be careful what you wish for. New research shows that if you dream of a better life for yourself, the more you fantasize about it, the less likely you are to actually achieve it. I love it when an ironclad rule of pop psychology gets, well, popped. As in...