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Inland Empire Business Loans–Understanding the Interest Rate Game–

By Eugene E. Valdez AKA the Loan Doctor™ I occupy a narrow lane in the business consulting arena. Our three step program consists of: Pre-Loan ConsultingWriting of a Business Finance Plan Loan Placements In all cases my clients will ask me at the beginning of the consulting gig, “Hey Loan …

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Inland Empire Business Financing and the Feasibility Analysis

By Eugene E. Valdez AKA The Loan Doctor™ Most of my CEO clients are seeking business financing to fund sales growth. The challenge in attracting expansion capital is that a CEO must convince lenders that the P&L projections they submit as part of their loan application are “doable” and not …

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Really? My Website Needs to Be ADA Compliant?

By Tim Kolacz As many of you may not know, the Americans With Disabilities Act now includes provisions inside the law that now states that websites need to be accessible to the disabled. So just as in the past, a business has needed to make sure that people can enter …

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Inland Empire Business Loans… What’s on the Menu?

By Eugene E. Valdez AKA The Loan Doctor™ The type of Inland Empire business loans available to local CEO’s is surprisingly large. It’s a big menu, which is a good thing because “one entree does not fit all”. The size of the menu allows CEO’s to order the type of …

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Achieving Business Health with Loan Doctor Tips and Business Loans

By Eugene E. Valdez AKA The Loan Doctor™ As the self-proclaimed Loan Doctor, I have found that all of my CEO clients want the same thing- a healthy company.  For each CEO “health” may be defined in different ways but normally it is defined as a stable business that generates …

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Inland Empire Business Loans – Buying a Business?

By Eugene E. Valdez AKA The Loan Doctor ™ Can you use a business loan to buy an existing business in the Inland Empire? Yes, many aspiring entrepreneurs do so. It is rare today that businesses are sold for all cash.  There is almost always some type of financing involved …

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