All posts tagged "Business Advice"
Marketers – Be Social Justice Warriors on Your Own Dime, Not Your Clients
By Lou Desmond At the recently-held Advertising Week New York event the Grand Poo Bayh’s that lead the advertising and marketing world gathered to offer each other great thanks for being so cool and to engage in...
- Posted October 13, 2017
Who’s Responsibility Is It Anyway?
By Craig Dart Are you an employer with a retirement plan? Do you know whose job it is to administer your 401(k) or profit sharing plan? The Department of Labor states, “A plan must have at least...
- Posted October 6, 2017
Increase Business Funding Odds by Matching Business Life Cycle with Lender Risk Appetite
By Eugene E. Valdez AKA The Loan Doctor™ In today’s confusing business lending industry small business loan applications are frequently turned down by Bankers and other lenders. One of the most common reasons which is rarely talked...
- Posted September 22, 2017
Risk, Time in the Market, and Diversification
By Ralph Quintana Your risk, time in the market and diversification are so fundamental you might consider them the foundation when building your portfolio. It is easy to lose sight of portfolio structure as you track the...
- Posted September 1, 2017
A Good Business Value Proposition Will Help You Obtain Business Funding
By Eugene E. Valdez AKA The Loan Doctor™ Obtaining business funding to expand your privately owned small business is a function of impressing the lenders that you negotiate with. While there are many variables, (profitability, good management...
- Posted August 25, 2017
Prior Acts Included
By Tim Kolacz Directors and Officers coverage is designed to protect those people that help run the company and drive it’s path into the future. But what about before the current group got there. How about those...
- Posted August 18, 2017