Determining the countable value of property not associated with the home property
Chart showing similarities and differences between ABLE account, special needs, pooled and third party trusts
Integrity refers to a consistency in the way a person lives the values, principles and expectations of the organization in relationships with coworkers, customers, partners and stakeholders. Honesty, trust and fairness are central to integrity.
A communication pattern in which the person sends the same message on both verbal and nonverbal levels.
Revocable trust: means a trust in which the grantor has retained the right to terminate or revoke the trust and reclaim the trust principal and income. Unless a trust is specifically made irrevocable, it is revocable. Even an irrevocable trust is revocable upon the written consent of all living persons with an interest in the […]
Irrevocable trust – means a trust in which the grantor has expressly not retained the right to terminate or revoke the trust and reclaim the trust principal and income. Policy regarding this term is located at: SoonerCare (Medicaid): 317:35-7-38. Financial eligibility of categorically needy individuals related to ABD; 317:35-5-41.2. Miscellaneous Personal property; 317:35-5-41.6. Trust accounts; […]
Facilitating team success goes beyond individual relationships and involves: resolving conflicts fairly; creating an atmosphere of team cooperation vs. competition; building consensus on decisions when appropriate; leading your team to form goals that support the organizational mission; recruiting capable people to the team; using diversity of talent and experience to maximum team advantage Properly developed […]
”Instills trust” is made up of 4 behaviors: keeps promises handles confidential information in a manner that is trustworthy speaks honestly with others models high ethical standards Perhaps the most important concern for a leader is developing an atmosphere of trust and safety. The word “trust” means “a firm belief in the reliability or truth […]