Author Archives: Brian Daniel

The Economic Benefits Of A Booming Population

  As the city of Austin grows, the population has been moving further from the city center, into places like Hays County, according to Community Impact News. There are a number of areas that are seeing the economic benefits of … Continue reading

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More Than Half Of All Americans Die Without A Will

  By some estimates, more than half of all Americans die without a will. Thinking about what will happen after you die is certainly unpleasant, and many people think that they will get it done “one day.” There are a … Continue reading

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Many People Have Moved Away From The Stock Market

  In these turbulent economic times, many people have moved away from the stock market and toward real estate to invest their money for the future. According to a report in the Austin American-Statesman, this may not be as safe … Continue reading

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Advice About How Much Money To Contribute To Your Company 401(k) Plan

The Austin American-Statesman features a piece giving advice about how much money to contribute to your company 401(k) plan in order to save for retirement. The article focuses around two primary things. First, maximize the company match if at all … Continue reading

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Covered Arena in Dripping Springs

Construction has begun for the new covered arena in Dripping Springs, according to the Austin American-Statesman. The project is being funded by a combination of public funds and donations from local businesses and citizens. The project is currently about $1.5 … Continue reading

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Do You Know What Credit Score Says About You?

Many times after a life altering event paying bills can become difficult, Brian Daniel understands this is a common issue for many people. Brian Daniel, a Dripping Springs bankruptcy attorney, wants the best for all his clients, however, this article … Continue reading

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The Austin Trail of Lights is Back!

Austin’s Trail of Lights returns this year after a two-year absence, according to the Austin American-Statesman. Admission is free. The event, which is now being funded by donations from community members and area businesses as opposed to the previous, city-funded … Continue reading

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Former Ball Player Sentenced for Bankruptcy Fraud

Former Major League Baseball player Lenny Dykstra has been sentenced to 6 ½ months in prison because he hid assets from his bankruptcy trustee, according to the Austin American-Statesman. The former ballplayer, who spent 12 years playing for the New … Continue reading

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Austin Tech Company Expands

According to the Austin American-Statesman, Austin-based Silverback Enterprise Group purchased a cloud-based computing company based out of San Diego called EPM Live. The company will be combined with PowerSteering Software, another company owned by Silverback, based out of Boston. The … Continue reading

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Austin Rates in Top 20 for Working Mothers | Dripping Springs Estate Planning Attorney

Forbes has conducted a study on the best metropolitan areas in the United States for working mothers. The study took into consideration cost of living, average commute times, cost of child care, quality of schools, safety of the community, among … Continue reading

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