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    Payday Loans Online

    in Finance


    Many cash advance lenders have been criticised for charging more than 4,000% annual interest. Their response is that payday loans are indented and distrivuted with the intent to be short-term, so the annual rate makes the fee seem way worse than it actually is. Getting a payday loan and returning on the payment due date is generally inexpensive considering that the loan is unsecured.  

    Payday loans online are faster when you borrow with Private Loan Shop. Not only is qualifing easy but there is no faxing necessary to get your online payday loan. 


  • 00:42

    Finding The Best Small Biz Financing; Facing The Tough Business Issues.

    in Business

    David Nilssen, Co-Founder & CEO, Guidant Financial focuses on innovative ways to finance a small businesses.

    Eran Dror, author of The Book of Hard Truths which helps entrepreneurs -- or anyone looking to make a career change -- face the tough issues that they need to in order to move ahead.  More is here: http://erandror.com/hard-truths/

  • 00:37

    Buying/Selling Non-Performing Loans - Fullwood, Pinnacle Investments

    in Finance

    It was recently reported in DC News that three of the nation's largest mortgage lenders have put sizable packages of non-performing and performing mortgage loans on the market for investors to buy

    First reported by Bloomberg, The loans are worth a combined $4.5 billion.  Bank of America has put up approximately $2.56 billion worth of delinquent debt for sale, including non-performing loans, performing mortgages and home equity lines of credit (HELOCs), Citigroup has put up $1.8 billion worth of non-performing mortgages for sale, and JPMorgan Chase is looking for a buyer for $143 million worth of nonperforming mortgage loans.  And lastly, Freddie Mac just sold $440 million in non-performing loans.

    Data compiled by Mission Capital shows that about $4.2 billion worth of non-performing loans and $3.2 billion worth of modified or re-performing loans have traded or been put up for sale so far this year.

    Joining the broadcast to discuss the non-performing mortgage market is Troy Fullwood.  Troy is an 18+-year veteran of the secondary mortgage business, along with being a personal investor.  He has been involved in over 13 thousand residential mortgage transactions totaling over a billion dollars in transactional history throughout the United States. 

  • 00:32

    Expansion Strategy: How to Raise Business Capital

    in Entrepreneur

    It does not matter how compelling your business plan is if the reader cops a negative impression out of the gate. A weak plan reeks of failure from the onset. Certainly, you must ensure that your business plan components are on-point. That means clean paper, crisp font, clear pictures, and a professional presentation. These business plan attributes go along way relative to secure a fair reading or hearing of your business plan for the sake of acquiring the necessary funding to start or grow your organization. The power of your business plan presentation will make the difference. So then, what six (6 ) strategies are requisite when raising capital? That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE."

  • 00:56

    Raising Capital for your Business Now and Not Waiting for Federal Crowd Funding

    in Business

    Join Mat Sorensen as he hosts the show today and talks about Raising Capital for your Business Now and Not Waiting for Crowd Funding with Jarom Bergesen. Jarom is an attorney at KKOS Lawyers helping clients around the country with SEC regulatory funding, partnerships, loans and other options to raise capital for your business. There are lots of options when funding your business and you don't need to wait for approval of Federal Crowdfunding which has been stalled by the SEC. Catch the weekly tax and legal tip as well as this important discussion to help you finance your business. Tuesday, February 17th at 11am PST / 2 EST. You can call in and listen LIVE on the road at 646-200-4285, or listen in here from your computer.

  • 00:59

    Fund Your Business Idea: Raising Capital in the New Capital Market

    in Entrepreneur

    Lorette Farris works with entrepreneurs to "raise capital in the new capital market", which is her tagline. When you need to raise capital to fund a business idea, you need to know what Lorette will reveal in our interview. Join us for a fund-tastic conversation!

  • 00:25

    Invoice Financing with Tinia Cawthorn with Orange Commercial Credit

    in Business

    Invoice Financing with Tina Cawthorn with Orange Commercial Credit is our guest today on The Core Business Show with Tim Jacquet. Invoice financing companies are ready to buy your accounts receivable, giving you an excellent way to put more money into your business right away. With invoice financing, you could get a fast advance of about 80% of the value of your invoices, with most of the other 20% paid to you later. Orange Commercial Credit was founded by Anthony A. Kinninger, who has over four decades of professional financial management experience in helping mid-size to Fortune 500 companies, across all industries, to enhance their cash flow, profits, and customer relationships.

    There service mission is to exceed your expectations and to develop a long-term, value-added relationship that continually produces a win/win environment between you and your customer. Established in 1979, Orange Commercial Credit has been providing financial and support services to small and mid-sized companies through factoring. Working closely with hundreds of companies across all industries, our staff offers expertise in credit, collections and growth management, as well as sound business advice. For more information about Orange Commercial Credit, check out their website at http://www.occfactor.com/about-occ-factoring/ This show is sponsored by Apple Capital Group, Inc. #applecapital #thecorebusinessshow



  • 00:25

    Guest: Jack Wilson, CEO, Liquid Capital of Greater Philadelphia

    in Business

    Jack Wilson, CEO, Liquid Capital of Greater Philadelphia

    Jack Wilson owns & operates a financial services firm, Liquid Capital. They help companies accelerate their cash flow so they can grow their business. They do that by getting their clients paid faster for the products or services the clients have already supplied. Liquid Capital of Greater Philadelphia can fund $50,000-$5,000,000 for B2B businesses.


    A native of the Delaware Valley, Jack Wilson owns a Financial Services firm, Liquid Capital of Greater Philadelphia (LCGP), a certified MBE. Prior to starting LCGP, Jack gained over 20 years of management experience with AT&T. His roles included assignments in billing management, project management, operations, strategic planning, finance, business development, collections and sales. His last two assignments were as Regional Sales VP and Sales Center VP. Jack is married & currently resides in suburban Philadelphia.



  • 00:24

    Getting Better Qualified for Loans with Paul Oster

    in Business

    Getting Better Qualified for Loans with Paul Oster is our guest on The Core Business Show with Tim Jacquet. Regulators say they will investigate the payday lending industry in what consumer groups say is a long anticipated examination of a business that is designed to put borrowers in more and more debt. Twelve million people a year take out high-interest loans against their next paycheck and in some cases lenders charge 500-percent interest! How big is the business? How about this. There are twice as many pay day loan locations as there are Starbucks! The problem is not so much the loan - but that an overwhelming number of people don't pay back the loan when they they next get paid. That means whatever debt they start with grows as missed payments trigger astronomical interest rates which eventually enslave the borrower.

    Credit Repair Expert Paul Oster says this is about the worst kind of loan you can get and recommends ways to skip the pay day loan and how to dig yourself out. Paul J. Oster is the CEO of Better Qualified, LLC, a limited liability company that specializes in business and consumer credit services. The company offers businesses and consumers solutions that include, but are not limited to, establishing lines of credit (personal/non-personal guarantees), analysis and consulting on business and consumer credit reports, establishing business credit scores, credit card approval processes, and identity theft protection.

  • 00:31

    Reverse Home Equity Conversion Mortgages , Fontanilla, Madison Paige Capital

    in Finance

    The Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) is FHAs reverse mortgage program which enables you to withdraw some of the equity in your home. The borrower chooses how they want to withdraw their funds, whether in a fixed monthly amount or a line of credit or a combination of both. Borrowers can also use a Home Equity Conversion Mortgage to purchase a primary residence if the borrower is able to use cash on hand to pay the difference between the HECM proceeds and the sales price plus closing costs for the property that is being purchased.  

    As the demographics of the nation continues to trend towards older homeowners, this could be an area of high growth for mortgage originators and investors.

    Joining the broadcast to discuss Home Equity Conversion Mortgages is David Fontanilla, Founder and Managing Partner of Madison Paige Capital and Pioneer Analytics.  David has been involved in an array of residential mortgage capital markets activities, ranging from structuring, negotiating and executing portfolio Acquisitions, dispositions and securitizations to company acquisitions and public policy formulation.

  • 00:13

    PODCAST: Healthcare M&A Trends

    in Finance

    Welcome to the SC&H Capital podcast series.  Today, we are speaking with Chris Helmrath, Managing Director of SC&H Capital, about healthcare M&A trends. 

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