Monthly Archives: July 2015

Burn the Boats

In my last article, I gave you my list of what to do or what not to do in a startup.  Narrowing in on one of the most important to do’s, I recommended burning your boats as #1.  In the early 1500s, Hernan Cortez, a wealthy Spanish explorer, thirsted for the bountiful riches of the…
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Avoid Unnecessary Trouble Through Early Relationship Vetting

Borrowers Experience # of deals Exit strategy Cash Reserves Current workload Credit Score – numbers vs Debt Brokers Types of deals funded Number of deals funded License Servicing Underwriting process Attorneys Area of practice narrow or broad How many foreclosures have they processes How many foreclosures have they prevented States practicing in Other resources in…
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401K Might Not be the Best Way

401K - an expensive way to retire Nearly everyone is familiar with the term 401K and when asked what it is, most think it is a retirement plan for regular folks.  The plan originates from the IRS tax code section 401(k) the 401K was introduced in 1978 by congress with the passage of the Revenue…
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Investing Simplified Part 2

What are you trying to accomplish with your investing? Most middle class investors have been conditioned to focus on growth and think of income investing as a strategy for later in life.  We see shiny brochures, past performance charts and talking heads recommending Wall Street products as the way to wealth.  The commonly accepted middle…
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