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How to Change a Loan From the Loan Holder to the Cosigner

Overview Some people simply do not have credit and others have poor credit. Both groups of people must find cosigners to get a loan. If you cosign a loan, you are giving your word that the primary applicant will make the payments to honor the contract. You will be responsible for the full amount of […]

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Recap of #EntrepreneurIntervention, #GEW Twitter Chat with Jelly Belly Inventor David Klein

This is the Twitter transcript of Financial Bin’s chat with David Klein (@wwwcandyinvento), inventor of the Jelly Belly, on Sunday, November 20, 2011: @FinancialBin: What is entrepreneurship to you? What does it take to be an entrepreneur? David Klein: thinking outside the box…patience….publicity seeking…….novel product or service…luck luck luck luck @FinancialBin: What was your first entrepreneurial […]

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Recap of #EntrepreneurIntervention, #GEW Twitter Chat with Jeff Grandfield of @TheLeaseCoach

This is the Twitter transcript of Financial Bin’s chat with Jeff Grandfield of The Lease Coach on Wednesday, November 16, 2011: @FinancialBin: What is The Lease Coach? @TheLeaseCoach: The Lease Coach provides commercial lease consulting services exclusively for tenants. @FinancialBin: What is your role with The Lease Coach? Could you please describe it? @TheLeaseCoach: Consulting and negotiating to/for #entrepreneurs and business […]

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Recap of #EntrepreneurIntervention, #GEW Twitter Chat with @RoxyKlein of NiftyCandy.com

This is the Twitter transcript of Financial Bin’s chat with Roxy Klein of NiftyCandy.com on Tuesday, November 15, 2011: @FinancialBin: What is entrepreneurship to you? What does it take to be an entrepreneur? @RoxyKlein: To me, it is all about the American Dream. It takes drive, energy, determination, and creativity to be an entrepreneur. @FinancialBin: What was your first […]

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My 7 deadly sins as an entrepreneur

I’m 35. I’m an entrepreneur. I earn a living from the success and failures of my business ventures. I started down this path at 18, was an employee for 7 years starting business after business, and was 33 when I could finally say I was earning a full-time income from my business. So you can […]

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Get Really Good At One Thing

The best advice I ever heard (and didn’t listen to) when I first started my business was “get really good at one thing”. What this meant was, when you own a business, you are going to end up doing a lot of things on your own to try to save money and time. Since you […]

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How to Make Money With CPA Basics

Overview Making money online is becoming more commonplace as technology advances. The internet has advanced to the point where nearly anyone who can read has the ability to have a website or blog. Once you have your own online business you can add extra income by working with Cost Per Action (CPA) networks. These companies […]

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