Credit Card Chip Technology: It’s Going to Take Awhile

As seen here, the expectation is people may be wary about the whole credit card switch thing from magnetized strip to tiny computer chip (especially with credit card fraud always being a problem) despite these three reasons why we shouldn’t be scared. We’re protective over our plastic! However, fear not: this isn’t a change that’s […]

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Why Bringing an Attorney to Speak With Your Financial Advisor Can Win You Brownie Points

The beautiful thing about having that attorney by your side is this — legal protection. That’s not to say that a financial advisor, for instance, would try to scam you (although you might find a few who would). But even the best financial advisors out there have a hard time really explaining how things work to a client who knows absolutely nothing about the business. An attorney, however — especially one well versed and specialized in finance, investments, and business law — can work with your advisor and get things squared away without you having to pick your own brain and move some shelves aroundRead More →

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Getting the Goods on a Lost Client of a Financial Advisor

No one likes losing a client. Whether it’s an attorney, or a bookkeeper, or even a taxi cab driver, when that potential account with money goes bye-bye, the world’s over. One may ask, though, why? Why did the account drop in the first place? And should you have a right to know if you’re prospecting a particular financial advisor to determine the best qualifications? The answer, in short, is YES. It’s Your Interview With the Financial Advisor Not the other way around. You, therefore, have the right to ask whatever questions you want to ask that financial advisor. It’s a consultation. That’s what it’s for. So goRead More →

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5 Real Facts About Government Aid for Low-Income Families

Life just happens, good or bad, for many families out there in the United States. There’s no denying it. Single mothers, even single fathers: low-income families have a burden on their shoulders where basic bookkeeping becomes a stress of mammoth proportions due to the fact that there’s never enough income generated to pay necessary bills […]

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How to Screw Up Your Cash Flow Forecasting: the Income Line

Credit’s big in business, too. Ever heard of a company credit card? Yes, that CEO better keep a close eye on that one. More importantly, though, is how a business can screw up their credit not from the ground up, but…

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Why Quality Control’s Essential to the Financial Expert

One of the many questions a prospective client would ask of any financial expert in the field is this: have you had any complaints? Scary question. But a good customer will pose that inquiry with gusto, determining if said financial advisor truly does hold his/her own in the industry, perhaps with minimal issues. Why is this important? Wouldn’t you want to know whether or not the person you’re consulting with for your finances can handle the job based on past professional history? I would. You wouldn’t hire a lawyer who lost the last five cases due to being asleep at the desk, would you? The ReputationRead More →

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3 Reasons Why Donald Trump Might Kill the Economy

So, listen — ITPN won’t bash. We won’t ridicule, although our country’s known for plenty of political and celebrity satire (how about that comb-over?). But Donald Trump does know the ins and outs of business and finance in a big way, so far be it from us to criticize the Donald for something as grand a […]

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4 Ways to Know Donald Trump’s Take on Financial Forecasting Failure

Who doesn’t love the hairpiece? Seriously. Donald Trump’s the poster child, perhaps, for a special kind of hair, but also for just mega-success, so you’d have to expect that such a man knows a bit about financial forecasting failure. How does one see all the wrong signs and then walk into a financial wall of […]

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The Calculated Real Estate Risk on Interest-Only Mortgages

We’d like to say that we’re probably a lot more responsible with the real estate market these days given the massive Armageddon we experienced about nine years ago. Here’s the hope that we are — because the very thing that contributed to the real estate crash, that toxic anomaly causing our houses of cards to […]

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