mortgage: Letter from the Founder: - 03/04/08 11:29 AM
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mortgage: OWN your own piece of the MULTI-BILLION DOLLAR Financial Services INDUSTRY!!! - 03/03/08 01:50 PM
OWN your own piece of the MULTI-BILLION DOLLAR Financial Services INDUSTRY!!!
 
You can earn $1,000, $5,000, even $10,000 OR MORE per month marketing credit cards. PART TIME. FROM HOME. With ZERO computer programming skills required. Start earning BIG Money within 48 hours!
 
How much money have YOU paid the credit card companies over the years? Now, you can turn the tables on them. All you need is your home computer and the desire to MAKE MONEY! CASH can start flowing in within days! Use the power of the Internet to generate CASH FLOW to help with those … (0 comments)

mortgage: WHEN IT IS GOOD TO GO INTO DEBT - 02/27/08 10:58 AM
WHEN IT IS GOOD TO GO INTO DEBT uWin Financial believes strongly in getting out of debt as soon as possible and staying out as long as possible. There is, however, an exception to that rule. It is wise to go into debt if – and this is an important if –the borrowed money can be invested at a rate of earned interest that is higher than the rate of paid interest, and if the investment carries minimal risk. In other words, it would be wise to borrow at 9% if the money will earn 18% and not be subject to … (3 comments)

mortgage: uWIN FINANCIAL INTELLIGENCE - 02/25/08 01:16 PM
FINANCIAL INTELLIGENCE Are you keeping up with the Joneses? We really hope not! Read why…
"Keeping up with the Joneses" is a popular catchphrase in many parts of the English-speaking world. It refers to the desire to be seen as being as good as one's neighbors or contemporaries and is associated with the accumulation of material goods. To fail to "keep up with the Joneses" has been perceived as demonstrating inferiority. Some people equate this with consumerism. Consumerism is the equating of personal happiness with the purchasing of material possessions and consumption. But, you already knew this.
The bottom line is … (0 comments)

mortgage: Proper utilization of a HELOC - 02/08/08 03:29 PM
    In a recent consultation, I was asked why would someone use a higher adjustable rate HELOC (Home Equity Line of Credit) when they have a lower fixed rate mortgage. That seems as if it is an educated question. However, when speaking of using a HELOC with a mortgage payoff program, such as the one offered by uWin Financial, it quickly becomes a question of less merit. Once one fully understands the way the program works, they’ll see that they are not using a HELOC in a traditional manner. Yes, when paying off your home or mortgage a HELOC becomes your … (1 comments)

mortgage: uWin Financial - 01/26/08 12:49 PM
    Those of you, who know me, know that I have experienced great success in the marketing and business development industries. Having the opportunity to work with numerous fortune 500 companies in various industries has given me a glimpse at what can make a company successful. There are a number of factors that can determine success. Usually the largest factor is the "You Factor". Assuming you have this factor in check, we can turn our attention to the "Non-You Factors" such as company management, cash flow, marketing strategies, overhead, market identification, market penetration, solid product or service, product relevancy & timing, … (0 comments)

mortgage: Can You Relate? - 01/25/08 06:38 PM
    I am from a small city in PA called Erie, right off the lake. If any of you have been there you have probably heard it called dreary Erie, or the mistake on the lake. I grew up in a broken home raised by my mother. I knew my father and had consistent contact with him. He was a military man and my mother was school teacher. So I was taught to go to school get good grades and that if there’s anything you want you have to work hard to get it. Now I don’t know how many of … (0 comments)

 

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