Posts filed under: Podcasts

  This year seemed to be so long that would you believe we are now nearing the end of 2020? Before it catches up to us, start preparing the right things to make sure you’re making fundable decisions that will...
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  Student loans are designed to help students pay for post-secondary education and the associated fees. It can come from the federal government, from private sources such as a financial institution or a bank, or from other organizations. Today, Merrill...
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  Have you received an email from FICO about its black market website surveillance service? What does it mean? Should you be worried about someone in the dark net using your identity to set up fraudulent accounts or transactions? You...
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  What do banking relationships and romantic relationships have in common? You’d be surprised to know how being fundable is, in a lot of ways, being dateable. Join Merrill Chandler as he finally gets into a full discussion of a...
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  In the world of fraudulent applications and stolen identities, one of the things that the credit bureaus and lenders have put into place is a security freeze. It’s when they put a freeze on your credit profile if there’s...
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  There is no shortage of financial literacy resources out there, but do they really teach you what you need to know if you’re looking to get fundable as a borrower, especially in these tough times? In this episode, you’ll...
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  Getting a loan from a bank? You might want to look at their UCC lien policy first. What is a UCC lien and how does it affect your fundability? In this episode, Merrill Chandler takes a deep dive into...
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  We all have a creative side and a strategic side, and most of us tend to veer towards one or the other. To really succeed, however is to get in that place of genius, and genius all about being...
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  As we move through the stages of growth, we sometimes fall into the shiny objects trap. We chase the shiniest thing in front of us that we forget about where we want to go in the first place. If...
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  There is a new lender playbook that is radically different than any other recession or depression in the past – a new financial data that is completely opposite of what has ever existed in the past. In fact, there...
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