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Sam Adams, George Wythe and Francis Lewis: Colonial Leaders with Something to Say about America’s Financial Trust Deficit

Imagine what the founding fathers of the United States would say about the tyranny and bondage of excessive debt on Americans and American business today! The Wall Street Journal had an interesting article about the “trust deficit’ that is widening … Continue reading

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High Altitude Borrowing

I am aware of the correlation between the lack of oxygen and impaired brain function.  I experienced that first hand in army flight school when they put us in the hypobaric chamber to simulate the effects of high altitude.  We … Continue reading

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Borrower Loyalty and Banker Esteem

We’ve reviewed several keys for a successful commercial borrowing relationship.  Now let’s look into loyalty and promoting your lender. Be Loyal to your Bank: Banks love customers that provide ancillary business and associated profits.  In addition to borrowing money from … Continue reading

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To Understand and Make Peace With Your Banker

Cultivating understanding and brokering peace are essential for a productive borrowing relationship. The borrower can enhance the relationship by understanding the perspective of the lender during negotiation. The borrowing and lending relationship thrives on diplomacy and tact. Continue reading

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Until Loan Maturity Do Us Part II

Staying close and being open with your lender will help create a productive borrowing relationship. Continue reading

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Until Loan Maturity Do Us Part

The relationship between the borrower and lender can be similar to a marriage relationship. The means to have a productive borrowing relationship are in your hands. Continue reading

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