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Franklyn Galusha
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Crowdfunding Tip Supporter Engagement
One of the most common mistakes made by first time crowdfunding campaign owners (in both rewards or equity crowdfunding) is not to sufficiently engage their first level network of family, friends, and supporters.

For rewards-based crowdfunding, this means having people ready to go and pledge on day one. This is really important because campaigns that start up and accelerate more quickly early on and gain a large amount of their funding goal in a short amount of time attract more attention as a whole over the life the campaign.

For equity crowdfunding, you need supporter engagement and it needs to show, this means having important notable stakeholders online around the campaign and represented. This includes the entire team, advisors, board members, partners, and existing investors. Websites like makes us really easy by prominently displaying this ‘social proof’ of your existing investors and your team right alongside your investment offering.

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Crowdfunding Tip Focus On What’s In It For Them
At first it may not make sense, after all your goal is to raise money for yourself through your crowdfunding campaign. However, the more you concentrate on what's in it for your investors, the more likely you are to create a set of rewards or terms that will help you raise the dollars you're looking for.
When it comes to rewards crowdfunding, create truly exciting rewards for your backers that tie into your story and is not just a little bit of swag. Just ask yourself, would I go through the time and trouble to buy this reward for myself? Give it some thought try to come up with something that is truly compelling something unique that you can offer.

One of the ways that I come up with truly compelling rewards is looking at past successful campaigns. I usually look at the really big ones, the ones that exceeded expectations by 100% or more. You know those multi-thousand dollars or million dollars campaigns. The best thing is all the platforms leave their campaigns up online so you can browse through back campaigns and get good ideas for rewards.

Now when it comes to equity crowdfunding, you need to pay attention to what terms you going to offer your investors. While there is not “one size fits all” rule in raising investment, there are some guidelines to follow.
This free Term Sheet resource on Forbes is a great place to learn what your options are and what might work best for your type of business.

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            In #divorce actions, courts may award #alimony "as the circumstances of the parties and the nature of the case shall render fit, reasonable and just."  N.J.S.A. 2A:34-23.  Moreover, "courts possess the equitable power . . . to monitor and revise alimony on an ongoing basis, as circumstances may require." Weishaus v. Weishaus, 180 N.J. 131, 140 (2004); see also Lepis v. Lepis, 83 N.J. 139, 145-46 (1980).  "Alimony is a claim arising upon divorce, which is rooted in the parties' prior [financial] interdependence" created during their marital relationship.  Reese v. Weis, 430 N.J. Super. 552, 569 (App. Div. 2013).  “Alimony relates to support and standard of living; it involves the quality of economic life to which one spouse is entitled, which then becomes the obligation of the other.”  Gnall v. Gnall, 222 N.J. 414, 429 (2015).  Whether alimony should be awarded is governed by distinct, objective standards defined by the Legislature, as set forth above.   
            The law thus compels judges to consider and weigh all of these statutory factors to determine whether alimony is appropriate and, if so, ascertain the nature of same, and calculate the amount of alimony needed by the dependent spouse.  See N.J.S.A. 2A:34-23c, as amended in 2014 (making clear that no factor shall be elevated in importance over any other factor unless the court finds otherwise, in which case the court shall make specific written findings of fact and conclusions of law in that regard).  Notably, prior to the 2014 statutory amendment, when there was a request for permanent alimony, the court was required to first consider and weigh the statutory factors and, if the court found permanent alimony was not warranted, it was required to give reasons why, and then consider, with reference to those statutory factors, whether an award of rehabilitative, limited duration, and/or reimbursement alimony was warranted.  That procedure was designed to account for the unique needs and abilities affecting each dependent spouse, as well as the financially secure spouse called upon continue support after the marriage ends in divorce.  With the 2014 statutory amendments, and the change in terminology from “ #permanentalimony ” to “ #opendurationalalimony ,” as well as “open durational alimony” being limited to marriage of 20 years or more in duration, “except in exceptional circumstances,” it appears this condition precedent has been eliminated.  However, when a litigant contends he or she is entitled to “open durational alimony” based on the presence of “exceptional circumstances,” it would appear that the analysis, upon consideration of the new statutory factors applicable to “exceptional circumstances,” must be performed prior to consideration of an award of the other forms of alimony. 
            The overriding purpose of the statutory scheme is to give trial courts broad discretion to fashion remedies on a case-by-case basis that achieves justice and fulfills the litigants' needs, including pendente lite relief.  Randazzo v. Randazzo, 184 N.J. 101, 111-12 (2005).  The 2014 amendments do, however, provide certain limits and additional criteria that must now be applied and considered.   
            Notably, the calculation of alimony is different from #childsupport in that alimony is established not by application of mathematical guidelines, but instead by a weighing of these fourteen qualitative factors contained in N.J.S.A. 2A:34-23b, as amended, and/or the other “exceptional circumstances” factors set forth in N.J.S.A. 2A:34-23c where there is a request, in marriage or civil union of less than 20 years in duration, that the alimony exceed the length of the marriage. 
            In Mani v. Mani, 183 N.J. 70, 79-80, Justice Long provided the following detailed history of alimony and discussion of its purpose: 
            "The history of alimony is instructive. In early England, two forms of marital dissolution existed.  The most common was an ecclesiastical divorce from bed and board (a mensa et thoro).  Robert Kirkman Collins, The Theory of Marital Residuals: Applying An Income Adjustment Calculus to the Enigma of Alimony, 24 Harv. Women's L.J. 23, 28 (2001).  In reality that "divorce" was a legal separation that, in accordance with religious teaching on the indissolubility of marriage, did not terminate the marital relationship.  John Witte Jr., The History and Evolution of Marriage From Sacrament to Contract: Marriage, Religion and Law in Western Tradition 156, 160-61 (1997).  The other form -- a civil divorce (a vinculo matrimonii) -- which literally means severing the chains of #matrimony, although technically available, was extremely rare because it required an act of Parliament.  13 Halsbury's Laws of England, 245 (1975). 
            Alimony was granted only in the former class of cases on the theory that husband was obliged to continue to support his wife as long as they remained married.  Collins, supra, 24 Harv. Women's L.J. at 28-29 (2001).  Somehow, with the passage of time, the distinction between true divorce and mere #separation was obliterated and alimony began to be awarded in all cases.  No rationale was advanced to explain why parties, who were no longer married, remained economically bound to one another. As one legal scholar put it: 
     By the time that matrimonial law reform in Great Britain created universally accessible civil divorce in the mid-nineteenth century, the concept of alimony was so well-accepted that it was carried over and applied to those new cases where the marriage itself was actually ending, without apparent reflection or explanation as to why it should continue once the marital relationship had been extinguished.  Section 32 of the #Matrimonial Causes Act [of] 1857 gave the judge discretion to order a husband to provide for his wife even after the #marriage had ended in an amount reflecting her own wealth, his own means, and their respective conduct during the marriage.  Posterity was not, however, provided with a rationale.  
            Divorce based on the English practice was available in the American colonies from the earliest times.  Maynard v. Hill, 125 U.S. 190, 206, 8 S. Ct. 723, 727, 31 L. Ed. 654, 657 (1888).  The concept of alimony also carried over.  Again, as had been the case in England, the reason for alimony, outside the legal separation scenario, remained an enigma.  2 Homer Harrison Clark, The Law of Domestic Relations in the United States, 257-58 (2d ed. 1988).  That lack of clarity regarding the theoretical underpinning of post-divorce alimony explains why, although alimony is now awarded in every jurisdiction, Collins, supra, 24 Harv. Women's L.J. at 31, there is no consensus regarding its purpose. 
            Indeed, many distinct explanations have been advanced for alimony.  Id. at 23.  They include its characterization as damages for breach of the marriage contract, Margaret F. Brinig & June R. Carbon, The Reliance Interest in Marriage and Divorce, 62 Tul. L. Rev. 855, 882 (1988); as a share of the benefits of the marriage partnership, Rothman v. Rothman, 65 N.J. 219, 229, 320 (1974); as damages for economic dislocation (based on past contributions), Elisabeth M. Lands, Economics of Alimony, 7 J. Legal. Stud. 35 (1978); as damages for personal dislocation (foregoing the chance to marry another), Lloyd Cohen, Marriage, Divorce, Quasi Rents; Or, "I Gave Him the Best Years of My Life," 16 J. Legal Stud. 267, 276 (1987); as compensation for certain specific losses at the time of the dissolution, A.L.I., Principles of Law of Family Dissolution: Analysis and Recommendations, 8 Duke J. Gender L. & Pol'y 1, 28 (2001); as deterrence or punishment for marital indiscretion, Brinig & Carbone, supra, 62 Tul. L. Rev. at 860-61; and as avoidance of a drain on the public fisc, Miles v. Miles, 76 Pa. 357, 358 (1874). 
            As noted, alimony has been described as "an economic right that arises out of the marital relationship and provides the dependent spouse with 'a level of #support '" that approximates the #standardofliving , or is reasonably comparable to, that existed during the marriage.  Mani, supra, 183 N.J. at 80 (quoting Stiffler v. Stiffler, 304 N.J. Super. 96, 98 (Ch. Div. 1997)); see also Reese v. Weis, 430 N.J. Super. 552 (App. Div. 2013).

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2. Apakah produk Anda sulit dikenal masyarakat?
3. Apakah tenaga marketing Anda gak bisa diandalkan?
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Federación Espírita Española.
686.La reproducción de los seres vivientes ¿es una ley natural?
Ello es evidente. A no ser por la reproducción, el mundo corporal
El Libro de los Espíritus
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