If you are a Sheep Breeder, HerdBoss will revolutionize the way you do business!
Keeping track of all the details about a flock of sheep can be a headache. That headache becomes a migraine when the flock grows and your operation expands.
On Thursday, August 25th, Kyle’s going to be speaking with Gerald Lemoine of The Lemoine Group at FIBI Long Beach. The topic of the meeting is Using Leverage to Maximize your Return on Investment. If you want to learn about
Our good friend and accomplished Real Estate Investor, Buddy Broome, is offering a great new class to turn you into a Financial Calculator Wizard and show you how to create wealth! It’s called Calculate Your Way to Financial Freedom! Use the
Ever wondered how to use a financial calculator to evaluate note investments? Or how to split a note into parts for fun and profit? Or how to generate high yields on even modest amounts of capital? Then this session
A lot of people, even relatively experienced investors, don’t know what a financial calculator is, what it does, and why using one is a good idea. Simply put, a financial calculator is a specialized calculator that helps you to solve
The Scenario Let’s say you owe $5,000 on your Visa card, and your credit card company charges you a rate or 32.99% interest. You’ve budgeted $150per month toward paying off the debt, and you’ve comitted not to use it again
Investment opportunities are all around you, but without your 10bii Financial Calculator, you might not realize how good they are! Case in point: I subscribe to a legal service which provides contracts on demand, etc. I was paying $40/month (i.e.
The great folks over at Cashflow Connections asked Kenny and Kyle to speak for a webinar and discuss the importance and power of financial calculators. That webinar is now available, please give it a watch and please also check out
See all posts in this series THE SCENARIO Working with a note broker, I find a note that I can purchase. The terms of the note are as follows: Original term: 20 years (240 months) Amortizes fully Original amount borrowed: