3 Tips To Get Your Accounts Receivables Paid Faster

Do you have a long list of overdue invoices? Those unpaid bills represent real money and lost cash flow for your business. If the unpaid amount is substantial, it could be threatening your growth potential or even your ability to stay in business. Of course, it would be nice to get paid upfront for all products and services. However, in some industries, that simply isn't an option. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to get payment. [Read More]

It's Not Your Momma's Bank Account | Mobile Banking, Online Solutions, And Beyond

In the not-too-distant past, people had to wait in line at the bank every Friday to deposit their paycheck, write out physical checks while in line at the grocery store, and withdraw enough cash from a teller (after waiting in a line) during the week to make it through the weekend. It's a new day. The lines are gone and people are no longer shackled to the physical bank -- or even an ATM -- for money. [Read More]

3 Compelling Reasons To Work With A Financial Advisor

Money isn't everything in life, but it is important to manage. After all, the right financial decisions could lead to a less stressful life later on. You can be sure you're making these smart decisions by working with a financial advisor who can provide the following benefits that you'll want to take advantage of right away.  Help You Budget  One of the most challenging financial steps to take for many people today is budgeting, the art of saving money for the future. [Read More]

Conventional Loans Versus Non-Conventional Loans

Home ownership—it's the quintessential American Dream. With the ever-rising cost of living, some people worry they are just chasing an elusive dream when they look at their weekly paycheck. Fortunately, many mortgage lenders are willing to think outside the box of conventional home loans. Here's a look at the differences between conventional and non-conventional home mortgages. What Is A Conventional Loan? Any home mortgage loan that isn't secured by a government entity such as the U. [Read More]