Signs After Suicide: The Red Butterfly

 
Shortly after noon, I went into Arlyn's bedroom to get a few things to take with me. I was preparing to drive about three miles out into the country, to Woodhaven Road. I stood and gazed around her room for a few minutes; it was full of Arlyn, but it seemed so empty. I picked up a folder with some of the poems she had written. Her words. Her thoughts. Her feelings. I held it under my arm securely while I searched for something else. A Cabbage Patch doll, the dress she was christened in, a blue ribbon she had won for baking a sponge cake when she was ten years old....
 

Guilty, Your Honor: The Burden of Guilt After a Suicide

 
Guilty, Your Honor, I whisper. Have you ever done anything so horrible that you would prefer to hide in a dark closet for the rest of your life than have someone find out you did it? Have you ever done something so bad that even remembering what you did causes you to hyperventilate and shake? I have. I've made too many mistakes in my life. I should have done better. Sometimes I envision myself standing before a judge who wears a long black robe, with my head hanging low in shame. I am holding tightly to a large bulging sack....
 

Basic Things You Should Know About A Lease Purchase Contract

 
What exactly is a contract? By definition, a contract is an agreement between two or more parties to do, or to refrain from doing, a particular thing in exchange for something valuable. The parties can be individuals, businesses, organizations and government agencies. They key elements of a successful real estate contract: 1. Offer and acceptance This implies original signatures with no alterations to the contract. Don't mistake offer and acceptance for counter-offer. When the original offer is marked up and initialed by the party receiving it, then signed, you got a counter-offer and not offer and acceptance....
 

Ten Ways to Save a Bundle on Your Next Lease

 
According to the Equipment Leasing Association ("ELA"), U. S. businesses lease every thing from laptop computers to commercial airplanes, racking up more than $ 200 billion in equipment leased each year. Although four out of five U. S. companies use leasing to acquire equipment, many don't know the ins and outs of leasing well enough to negotiate a good deal. By focusing on a few key aspects of the lease transaction, you can save a bundle on your next lease and eliminate potential aggravation....
 

Pricing Your Apartments

 
How do you fix a price point for an apartment? Take a guess? Figure it based on your carrying costs? Check comps and do a market analysis? Charge whatever the market will bear? If you're looking to place quality tenants, less is sometimes more. We all want to make money with income property; the more the better! When you're looking for a new tenant, however, don't assume that you're going to make more money by charging more. If your property is priced high for what you're offering, you won't get a lot of calls, and the ones you do get will be either uneducated about your local rental market, desperate, unscrupulous, or a combination of any of these....
 

With a Lease, The Devil Is In The Details

 
In the last article we looked at a few of the things you should consider before leasing that first office or storefront for your business. To recap, you should not only consider the old standard "location, location, location," but also consider things like sufficient parking, the number of employees who will be working onsite, and future growth projections. I stressed that it was important not to get caught up in the moment. You should take your time to find the space best suited for your business for the long haul, not just for today....
 

Insiders Guide to Snaring the Best Lease Deal

 
Every year, thousands of business owners and financial managers are faced with the task of obtaining attractive financing for equipment their firms want to acquire. Snaring the best leasing arrangement requires only a bit of planning and a smidgeon of finesse. You can save time, land a better lease deal and make the leasing experience less of a conundrum by considering several important factors. Plan Ahead Before seeking lease proposals, invest a little time in planning and preparing. Establish priorities by considering the relative importance of such factors as lease pricing, balance sheet considerations, ongoing leasing needs and the necessity of the prospective lessor to have specialized equipment/industry knowledge....
 

Increase Your Business Growth and Cash Flow Through Equipment Leasing

 
"If it can be manufactured, it can be leased." For the past decade or so, this statement has become more and more true to fact. From computer software to commercial aircraft, equipment leases are utilized day in and day out in a constantly changing and highly aggressive business environment worldwide. To gain or to keep the edge over their competitors, companies of every type and size are constantly looking for creative ways to conserve working capital while expanding operations. Many have turned to leasing their equipment to help in the effort....
 

True Tenant Tales, Volume One

 
Working with tenants can be an amazing experience. (Owners and contractors are equally astounding, but those are subjects for another day.) It seems I get my most memorable anecdotes over the phone. Here are a few of the ones I've culled from my blog and experience and put together for your reading amazement. First was a late-night phone call I took: *beeeep* *beeeep* *beeeep* "Hello?" *beeeep* *beeeep* *beeeep* "Hi, my smoke alarm keeps going off." *beeeep* *beeeep* *beeeep* "Is there a fire?...
 

Explore An Effective Revolutionary Approach To Traditional Business Financing

 
For business owners who need working capital now there is a revolutionary, tax-deductible cash flow solution that frees up capital and gives them the money they need to grow. This diversified cash flow solutions is known as "asset leasing." With an asset lease, business owners can obtain quick cash for any company need by simply selling their equipment and leasing it back. Businesses not only receive immediate working capital or cash, most also realize significant tax savings from converting the assets into liabilities and by deducting the entire monthly lease payment as an operating expense....
 
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