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Financing for Startups

By Eugene E. Valdez AKA The Loan Doctor Most of the privately owned businesses in the U.S. are defined as “microenterprises.” The definition of a microenterprise is generally a company generating annual sales in the $100M to $1,500M range with small loan needs of $10M to $50M. It is hard …

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Trump Continues to Save Business

By Tim Kolacz In the landscape here in California, there is an unending pressure on businesses to increase wages, provide more benefits and provide extensive ancillary assistances to the employees of a company. These pressures crash down on a business owner so hard that it is almost impossible to continue …

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Commercial Banking Loan Agreements “Everything is Negotiable”

By Eugene E. Valdez AKA The Loan Doctor I am working on a new book. I have selected the title but I don’t want to give it away because it is sort of my “intellectual property.” The mission statement of my book is to share information with today’s entrepreneur on …

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Are you compliant with the general data protection regulation?

By John W. Tulac The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) took effect on May 24.  The GDPR is now a part of your business life, whether you realize it or not.  GDPR applies potentially to just about everyone. Unless you are strictly local in your business and approach …

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High on Cannabis

By Tim Kolacz January 1, 2018. A day that will live in the annals of California history forever. This is the day that Cannabis was allowed for the recreational use by those over the age of 21. Great, everybody can now go to the local dispensary, grab a bag of …

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