I can answer questions regarding most areas of consumer and commercial finance. I have extensive experience regarding various types of loans (commercial, consumer, USDA, SBA 504, SBA 7A, foreign), many investment vehicles, credit, economics, and banking. I am not an expert regarding tax structures and other tax issues and thus would not recommend asking tax related questions.
Both the Risk Management Association and the Bank Administration Institute.
I have obtained both my Credit Risk Certification from the Risk Management Association and a Loan Review Certification from the Bank Administration Institute.
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Well, this breaks down into several parts so I will define each: private equity takeout - another company, lender, individual, etc. will come in and purchase a large enough portion of the stock to take
Their are three basical financial statements. The first is the income statement (sometimes called the P&L) and this statement shows the income versus expenses. The second is the balance sheet. The balance
I apologize profusely, but I am on the road without access to the majority of my resources and will not be able to help answer your question. Please direct the question to one of the other experts who
It most certainly makes a difference. By applying it to principal you reduce the overall principal balance by the full amount. However, if you make an additional installment payment than a portion of the