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n the intangible assets of a firm established by the excess of the price paid for the ongoing concern over its book value.
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Good will funding helps prospects create a will that reflects their wishes.
Dean refutes this with Kant's doctrines of beneficence and humility: we cannot be certain about the goodness or not of another's will; we should therefore treat another as if he had a good will.
Gospel Tracks Through Texas: The Mission of Chapel Car Good Will.
Many women never married; pre-marital settlements enabled some wives to maintain control of property; the good will of fathers and husbands led them to make more generous arrangements for their children, wives, and widows, than the law strictly required; fathers and husbands died; widows lived long after their husbands.