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Finding Money For Entrepreneurs with Wayne Titus III and Ed Fulbright on Mastering Your Money Radio

Covid-19 has created a lot of financial worries, which can wreak havoc for entrepreneurs — from business decisions to personal relationships. PPP loans may be a lifeline, but only if there’s plan in place to ensure everything’s done by the rules and the documentation to prove it — or business owners may miss out on loan forgiveness.

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Are You Ready To Be A Founder with Ryan Frederick and Ed Fulbright, CPA, PFS on Mastering Your Money Radio

Not everyone is cut out to start a business. In fact, starting a company is an irrational act. Most successful Founders bring a unique combination of drive, determination, product knowledge, creative problem-solving skills, business acumen, stamina, and a keen sense of timing, to their fledgling enterprises. And the best of these know how to communicate with a variety of audiences by telling a great story. A Founder has many audiences that compete for attention—The Core Team, Investors, Suppliers, and Customers to name a few. Each is critical to the success of a new enterprise and the ability to prioritize, communicate with them, and engage them at just the right time, is essential to the success of any start-up. With limited resources, failure to engage with any one of these important audiences at the right moment can be the difference between success and shutting down. Most successful Founders bring a unique combination of drive, determination, product knowledge, creative problem solving skills, business acumen, stamina and a keen sense of timing to their fledgling enterprises. The key to a successful start-up is solving a high value problem that customers care about and will pay for a level that provides the business outcomes desired by the product owner. In addition to sound advice for managing your product and business relative to competing products, you must get to know your customers, understanding the problem along with changing requirements and designing solutions that customers will appreciateNot everyone is cut out to start a business. In fact, starting a company is an irrational act. Most successful Founders bring a unique combination of drive, determination, product knowledge, creative problem-solving skills, business acumen, stamina, and a keen sense of timing, to their fledgling enterprises. And the best of these know how to communicate with a variety of audiences by telling a great story. A Founder has many audiences that compete for attention—The Core Team, Investors, Suppliers, and Customers to name a few. Each is critical to the success of a new enterprise and the ability to prioritize, communicate with them, and engage them at just the right time, is essential to the success of any start-up. With limited resources, failure to engage with any one of these important audiences at the right moment can be the difference between success and shutting down. Most successful Founders bring a unique combination of drive, determination, product knowledge, creative problem solving skills, business acumen, stamina and a keen sense of timing to their fledgling enterprises. The key to a successful start-up is solving a high value problem that customers care about and will pay for a level that provides the business outcomes desired by the product owner. In addition to sound advice for managing your product and business relative to competing products, you must get to know your customers, understanding the problem along with changing requirements and designing solutions that customers will appreciate.

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Better Credit with Avery Breyer and Ed Fulbright on Mastering Your Money Radio

Have you ever worried that your low credit score will cause you to suffer the humiliation of being declined for credit cards, car loans, a mortgage, or even that rental apartment you fell in love with? What about getting turned down for your dream job? Having a better credit or credit score can improve: 1. Lower your interest rate on Loans and Credit Cards 2. Easier Approval for Credit 3. Higher Credit Limits that can increase your credit score 4. Easier to Get Approved as a Tenant 5. Easier Approval for Mortgage 6. Lower auto insurance 7. Easier Approval for Cell Phone contract 8. Save on Security Deposits for Utility Bills 9. Increase your odds of landing a job

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2017-12-17 Is Real Estate the Cashflow Solution? With Dr. K Kai Anderson & Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio

According to AARP poll, 61% of adults fear running out of money in retirement. Can Real Estate help with this fear? Possibly with a smart system. The 3 most important words in Real Estate Investing are Location, Location, Location. Check Our Interview Blog On Is Real Estate the Cashflow Solution? With Dr. K Kai Anderson http://masteringyourmoney.com/

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Tax Bill Drives Another Stock Market Record And Gives You To-Dos By Year-End

Tax Bill Drives Another Stock Market Record And Gives You To-Dos By Year-End. Congress moved closer to enacting the most sweeping tax reform legislation in over 30 years last week, driving stocks to new record highs again. Check Our Video Blog On Tax Bill Drives Another Stock Market Record And Gives You To-Dos By Year-End http://masteringyourmoney.com/

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Despite Information Explosion, Inflation Confounds The Fed And Financial Press

Seventy-one-year-old Federal Reserve Board Chair Janet Yellen, a Professor of Economics at Harvard and Berkeley for four decades before her appointment to lead the Fed in 2014, admitted at a press conference recently that the persistently low rate of inflation was a mystery. Check Our Video Blog On Despite Information Explosion, Inflation Confounds The Fed And Financial Press http://masteringyourmoney.com/

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