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in Self Help
Individuals that have been laid off or fired have the opportunity to be re-trained using government funds. Listen to today's program to learn more about WIA (Workforce Investment Act) and how you can obtain between $5,000-$8,000 for training to upgrade your skills.
in Real Estate
Kevin and Erik Mitchell have been full time professional Real Estate Investors since 2007. Over this time period they have completed over 50 real estate transactions (all in Ontario) and spent over 25,000 hours growing and perfecting the systemized way in which they invest.
Back in 2007 Kevin and Erik started their real estate investment journey with about 60k to invest. With such a modest sum of money, the brothers had to make every single dollar that they invested work as hard as possible. As such, they have spent the last 7+ years mastering the art of maximizing the returns of their real estate investments. Through industry leading strategies, Kevin and Erik continually lower their investment, increase cash-flow, and create tens of thousands of dollars of equity with every property they purchase.
Armed with this powerful knowledge and expertise, Kevin and Erik’s unwavering missions is to help Canadians invest in real estate in the best way possible.
Years ago they learned the evils of the financial industry and since then have burdened themselves with the responsibility of sharing this information. Through their book, The Canadian Bank Conspiracy: Your Bank is Robbing You! (www.bankconspiracy.ca) Kevin and Erik reveal hidden secrets of the financial industry that will make every Canadian think twice about Mutual Funds!
Through Strategic Real Estate Investing (SREI), Kevin and Erik have assisted hundreds of Canadians in paving their own path to financial freedom. They have developed a proven and repeatable system that allows people maximize their real estate ROI by purchasing cash-flowing properties anywhere in Canada.
Did you know the State of Illinois offers up to a 25% state income tax credit to businesses and individuals who make investments in qualified new business ventures? The Illinois Angel Investment Credit Program (“Program”) is designed to attract and encourage investment in early-stage, innovative companies. Listen to this podcast with Steven Migala of Lavelle Law, Ltd. to learn about the Program's details.
Meet John O’ Connor, president and chief investment officer of 3-D Asset Management. Find out what a separately managed account (SMA) is and how it helps investors diversify their portfolios. Learn more about this method of money management on your favorite weekly personal finance show.
Jason and Jim present a special Independence Day episode of the Investment Roadshow.
Today we're talking about our Mexican properties and international land appreciation. We address some of the key fears investors have about investing internationally, especially in Mexico right now. But also some of the astounding benefits that make it worth while.
For Information: http://www.arizonainvestmentcenter.com/options.htm
WHY I ASK is it so difficult for some men and women to understand that their GREATEST INVESTMENT is in THEMSELVES!
'INVEST IN YOU.' The ROI are mind boggling and only you can make it happen. Getting a return on you investments or ROI is importand when it comes to your finances but have you ever kept tabs on the ROI of your life?
This is not rocket science...RIGHT NOW LOOK IN THE MIRROR, WHAT DO YOU SEE, SAY HELLO TO THE CREATOR OF YOUR LIFE...YOU!
What are your strengths...etc.
Are you willing to improve on your...etc.
Take baby steps...etc.
Feel special with what...etc.
in Self Help
A lot of times we may be wrong about what is our best investment. On today's show, I will talk about what is the best investment you can ever make that will help you live a fulfilling life, a life where you are living to the max like you are destined to live.
Rael Gorelick, Co-Founder of Gorelick Brothers Capital joins the broadcast to discuss investment opportunities in the current evolving market. Rael discusses his firm’s methodologies and decision making process.
The title says it all! Tune in to listen to Duane Duggan's top ten tips for realty investment.
Finding the right real estate agent with a highly trained support staff can be the difference between a happy, stress-free home buying or selling experience, and an unhappy, stressful experience.
First, you'll want an agent ready and able to make a full-time commitment to you. Duane, Tammy and their staff can and will do that.
Second, you'll want an agent with the experience needed to know the local neighborhoods, schools, market conditions, ordinances, etc. With our years of experience in the local market - we have the expertise and track record of success you need.
Third, you'll want an agent who embraces the convenience of technology without losing the personal touch. You'll love the resources available on our website and the e-mail alerts that we send, but these will never replace the time we spend with you, serving as your personal guide through this exciting process - whether you are buying or selling.
Join The E.A.G.L.E.S.S. INVESTMENT CLUB PART TWO
Investment clubs have been around for decades, and tens of thousands exist in America today. They've been growing in popularity in recent years. The E.A.G.L.E.S.S. INVESTMENT CLUB, is a group of like minded friends & co-workers, who typically meet once a month to discuss business companies, real estate deals and make decisions about which real estate or business deal to buy or sell.
Each week and at each meeting each member contribute a small sum of money ($1 dollar a week or $5 dollars a week) that is deposited in a business account. Members take turns researching and reporting on promising real estate deals and companies in which they might invest or companies in which the club is already invested.
TOPICS OF DISCUSSION
- Start talking with friends and see who's interested.
- Investment Newbies preferred. Compose the group with novices.
- Distribute information about investment clubs to anyone who has expressed interest.
- Gather all interested parties for a preliminary meeting.
- Make sure that you all have similar or compatible investing goals.
- Agree on the amount of the monthly minimum contribution.
- Agree on some common ground regarding a general investing philosophy and approach.
- Agree on a set of common-ground references, instructions, tools, and/or readings.
- Agree on a regular meeting time, place, length, and format.
- Agree on how you'll be organized legally and operationally.
- Elect your officers in one of the first meetings.