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Is a HELOC or second mortgage right for you?

The first thing to understand about home equity is the different ways you can use your home to deliver a cash injection – the two primary ways are a home equity line of credit (HELOC) and a home equity loan, which is often called a second mortgage.

The Power of the Pause: The Age of the Mini Recession

The pauses experienced in the most recent economic expansion have curtailed these potential threats, allowing the U.S. economy to grow modestly and perhaps extend the current expansion cycle for several years.

There is No Alternative to Equities: A Look Back at the 2019 Markets

How to reconcile the stunning returns of stocks in 2019 with all the supposed bad news for the markets? Quite simply: TINA, or “There Is No Alternative”— to equities, that is.

Is Poor Contracts Management Costing Your Company?

Setting up the systems and processes once so you never have to worry about it again is more than a smart business decision – it’s risk mitigation, revenue realization and a faster and smoother process for financing events or exits.

Retirement is great: But is there enough money?

By considering these four questions, you can create educated assumptions which will allow you to estimate how many investments you’ll need to support your paycheck in retirement.

A 2019 Year-End Guide for Investors

Most people may not realize this, but 2019 was the best year for the markets since 2013, which proves nobody can accurately predict what the markets are going to do from year to year.

Key Drivers to Successful Business Succession Planning

Making changes to your business today can positively impact your bottom line when you're ready to sell your business down the road.

There is no free lunch: The elimination of trading commissions

Commission-free trading is a positive development, but brokerage firms will still need to make money somehow to stay in business. Investors can save money by not keeping too much cash on the sidelines and negotiating the best margin rate possible.

Seniors and Financial Scams: It can happen to anyone

Financial exploitation refers to the misuse or misappropriation of an individual’s money or property. Anyone, regardless of income or level of wealth, can become a victim of this crime.

What can be learned from the implosion of WeWork's IPO

Given the weight of massive and continuously mounting evidence across all asset classes over extended time periods, seeking alpha in the financial markets is a strong form of optimism bias.

10 Tips for Landing Venture Capital at the Seed Stage

Even though Colorado has a vibrant economy for startups, one component of starting a business remains elusive in the middle of the country: raising venture capital. Here’s ten ways you can increase your shot at securing venture capital investments.

Include These New Tax Laws in Your Year-End Business Review

While tax season might seem far away, the fourth quarter is an excellent time to revisit the tax law changes and make any final business decisions before the year is over.
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