How Pro Bono Can Benefit Your Practice

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Comments (3)
Good for Ms. Braxton and an additional thank-you to her for making our profession look better than Wall Street! From a practical point of view, assisting low-income folks in making good decisions around money promotes prosperity for all of us.
Posted by Curt W | Sunday, February 05 2012 at 1:45PM ET

This bottom breaking job wasnt the kind of work I ACTUALLY enjoyed.It involved holding your cold chisel and swinging a new five-pound infant sledge retracted at it really hard.Often my aim appeared to be bad so the hammer not so great the chisel as well as slammed to my wrist instead.

About twenty minutes immediately after he decide to put me to work breaking a floor, dad came back, expecting to find the job done.It weren't.

"Son, just just what exactly the heck have you been doing all this time? "

"Well, dad, " I ACTUALLY told them proudly, "I discovered a good way to do the following more safely.I just tap a chisel along with move them, tap them and go it.I'm generating a circular image of shock waves down into the cement
Posted by bluetoothblueto a | Monday, February 20 2012 at 10:36PM ET
Financial planning and management needs to be as inclusive as possible.It is only when it is promoted at the grass root level, that its impact is widely felt across the whole economy. The collateral benefits are that it reduces the gap between haves and have-nots and also helps in reducing crime particularly crime driven by aspirations.
Posted by tasha123 s | Saturday, October 26 2013 at 1:35PM ET
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