Poor Credit: Poor credit describes an individual’s record as a consumer when it specifies that the borrower has a great credit risk. A poor financial assessment indicates bad credit, while a high FICO (Fair Isaac Corporation) score is an indicator of positive points. Creditors who lend money to a personRead More →

Recently my family and I dug out a game we love to play called Cashflow 101. If you’ve heard of Robert Kiyosaki, the author of the Rich Dad Poor Dad series, you’ve likely seen or heard of this game. Cashflow 101 (yes there’s a Cashflow 202 expansion) is a boardRead More →

Banks lend money. Taxis transport people from one pace to another. You may not think there is much similarity between the two. But both are based on a simple enough premise. Both have managed to build an uncontested and reliable status quo. Both are also facing a challenge to theirRead More →

No matter how good of an idea or operation model you have, you cannot start an establishment without money. A lot of people struggle to get started simply because they cannot secure the funds to make their very real and concrete ideas a reality. Securing business loans is practically theRead More →