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Seller Financing: How to Strengthen Your Deal

In the right circumstances, seller financing can be the key to negotiating a better deal or closing more quickly. Seller beware, however, because cash is king and you will have to sue a buyer who defaults on an obligation to pay a Seller Note.

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Episode 82 with Phil DeMuth – Managing Director at Conservative Wealth Management, LLC

Chris Cahill speaks with Phil DeMuth, author of The Overtaxed Investor: Slash Your Tax Bill & Be a Tax Alpha Dog. The author is as engaging and enthused as his frequent co-author Ben Stein affects not to be. Listen and learn about the benefits of taking a “lifetime perspective on your taxes.

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A Few Minutes With…Tracy Treger

Soon Tracy Treger will begin covering commercial real estate in a regular column for Financial Poise. Here we chat with Treger about her background, which provides her with unique insights on the topic.

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A Few Minutes With … Yesenia Cardona, William J. Ryan and Charles Saydek

We’ve asked some of the experts at the accounting and consulting firm of EisnerAmper LLP to author a new column, “EBITA and Other Scary Words,” premiering soon. In advance of that, we wanted to introduce the authors: Yesenia Cardona, William J. Ryan, and Charles Saydek. The idea driving this column is simple: if you don’t understand your numbers, you don’t understand your business, and these experts from the firm’s Private Business Services group will explain everything you need to know about EBITA and the other scary words that show up on financial statements.

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Episode 69 with Nick Veronis & Kunal Shah

In Episode 69, Accredited Investor Markets Radio host, Chris Cahill, again has the pleasure of speaking with Nick Veronis & Kunal Shah of iCaptial Network. This time, they discuss the mechanics of PE funds and of investing in them, including the compensation structures for fund managers as they relate to gains for investors. In addition, our guests discuss what qualities investors should seek in a fund manager.

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A Few Minutes With … Michelle Gershfeld

Michelle Gershfeld has spent nearly 30 years as a lawyer, specializing in bankruptcy law. She began her career in 1989 at Milbank, Tweed, Hadley and McCloy, LLP, and later joined David Kittay’s law firm, first in Manhattan and then in Westchester County, and found her niche specializing in bankruptcy law.

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Episode 61 with Neha Manaktala

Neha Manaktala, the founder and CEO of DealIndex, Inc., whose Dashboard feature provides real-time standardized metrics on private company deals across the globe. We discussed how current and comparable information, filtered by sector, location, deal size, and other factors fosters world-wide transactional activity, including by accredited investors and the crowd.

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Episode 51 with Alexey Sokolin

This week in Episode 51, Accredited Investor Markets Radio speaks with Alexey Sokolin, COO of Vanare about drawing together robo-advising and traditional investment advising to help advisors give good advice at lower cost to more people.

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A Few Minutes With … Alexey Sokolin, COO of Vanare

Alexey Sokolin is the 30-year-old partner and Chief Operating Officer of Vanare, the first platform to combine a Robo-Advisor with Traditional Wealth Management Services. Sokolin was previously Founder and Chief Executive Officer of NestEgg Wealth, a next-generation technology company and RIA that pioneered online wealth management in partnership with financial advisors, reaching new customers by automating financial advice online.

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Episode 37 with Carl Richards

In Episode 37 of Accredited Investor Markets Radio Carl Richards, the New York Times’ “Sketch Guy”, and Christopher Cahill discuss Carl’s new book, ‘The One-Page Financial Plan: A Simple Way to be Smart About Money’. Principal questions: Why are even financially sophisticated persons afraid of dealing with their own financial plans? How should our financial plans relate to our fundamental values? What questions should we ask any professional advisor? Where did those great sketches of Carl’s come from?

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