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Welcome to the Pillar6 Podcast 

Here we talk about important topics around Money, Life, Success, and the Balance of it all. 

Money doesn't buy happiness, but it can buy time & freedoms to do what you want, with the people you care about most.

Please subscribe and let our conversations inform and inspire you to live fully - live intentionally - live by design!

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DIY Estate Planning

In this episode of the Pillar6 Podcast, Roman Polnar is joined by Yuliya Magomedov, the Founder and Lead Attorney at Magomedov Law Group, to talk about the benefits of estate planning and planning ahead. Yuliya also talks about the three most important documents for estate planning, explains who can serve as a witness to a will, and talks about the limitations of probate. Stay tuned to hear what it takes to plan your estate and why it’s essential for everyone.

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Calling on Super-Moms & Super-Dads with Young Kids!!!! with Leah Rosenthal Kambic

Join our conversation with Leah Rosenthal-Kambic, an early childhood educator and owner of Kid Time Preschools. Having mastered the chaos (occasionally caused by hundreds of fast moving children) Leah shares tips with busy parents on managing being parents, teachers while working from home. If you're looking for ideas to keep your kids busy, engaged, learning, bonding, playing while having fun just being kids...watch this talk with Leah.

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Business Owners: Employment law options under Covid-19 with Sean Gentry

Making payroll is one of the biggest worries business owners have. It's a big financial and moral responsibility that can keep a business owner awake at night. Especially at a time like this when business activity is slowing and disappearing altogether. If you're worried about maintaining your payroll, Sean Gentry of AdAstra Law talks about navigating EDD Benefits, SBA Loans, and Employee Furloughs to make it through a difficult economic time.