Recent Blog Entries
Written by David Seah on September 13, 2016
Around the world, an increasing number of consumers and business owners are engaging with fintech. In the United States, by 2015, nearly a fifth of people had adopted and were actively using at least two components of the fintech ecosystem regularly, and that share is only continuing to grow every month. Where fintech truly has the opportunity to revolutionize, however, is in the word of business lending where companies are opening up sustainable, easy and fast funding to a whole new crop of business owners. (more…)
Written by Scrivs on May 9, 2016
An infographic looking at how an MBA can help veterans.
Written by David Jones on April 20, 2016
Let’s talk fixed income. It is the reality for millions of people in this country. According to the NCOA:
“22% of married Social Security recipients and 47% of single recipients aged 65+ depend on Social Security for 90% or more of their income. (Social Security Administration)”
That’s just Social Security recipients over 65. That doesn’t include the Social Security disability recipients. Now add to that, the SSI recipients, state welfare program recipients, and supplemental aid programs such as food stamps. (more…)
Written by 9rules Blog on March 30, 2016
Buying a car can be a big deal, depending on what stage or phase of your life that you’re in. But, specifically buying a new car adds a whole grip of new intrigue and anxiety into the mix if you aren’t careful, which is why there are a number of tips that you can follow to ensure that your new purchase is something that you’re happy with from start to finish.
When what you want to do is find a new car, five tips in particular are going to include finding a dealership that you trust, reading about the latest car tech advancements, making a budget and keeping long-term financing in mind, brushing up on sales tactics before you even begin the search, and making sure that you take every available test drive that you can. (more…)
Written by David Jones on December 14, 2015
Many business owner’s wonder what goes in to the amount they pay for General Liability Insurance for small business. Frequently business owners compare their costs with fellow business owners or friends and family who run other businesses. Some business owners in certain industries may be shocked to find out how much more they pay than other businesses. Every state and every insurance company determines rates differently for General Liability Insurance. There is not one formal way insurance companies go about creating a formula to determine rates, but there are three main factors that weigh heavily on what you pay for General Liability Coverage: The size, the class code and the loss history of your business. (more…)