What is a "Kit"?
A kit is a self-study course, otherwise called "kits" because they are simple to use and easy to apply in actual business situations.
Each kit contains a self-study reading guide and six--or more--books and booklets on the topic of the course.
Each Kit is designed to give the user basic know-how of the field covered and enough information to get started in the field.
There are several Kits covering financial brokerage, import-export, mail order, real estate, venture capital, franchising, loans by phone, loans by mail, leasing, etc.
How useful are these kits outside the United States?
The contents of all these Kits are international in focus. The subject matter and the methods they describe are not limited to any particular place.
Thus, a resident of Canada, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, or another country can apply for loans, own real estate, obtain grants, or help others engage in these activities.
The user of the Kit typically conducts most transactions by e-mail, mail, telephone, or fax. If there is adequate collateral (in the form of acceptable assets of some kind) and all documents have been prepared properly, there is no reason why the transaction the Kit user seeks to complete should not go through.
In addition, there is a number of business directories which focus on financing sources in specific countries or regions, such as Sources of Canadian Financing for Business and Real Estate and Mid-east and North African Banks and Financial Institutions.
If you have any questions regarding any of the products, please, e-mail us and we will be happy to help you as much as possible.
What makes these books or kits different from other wealth-building systems I've seen on TV, the Web, etc?
Here are some CLEAR reasons:
** Choice: You get to select from our constantly growing list of publications, which includes our monthly newsletters, more than 90 books and booklets and some 30 self-study courses on all aspects of moneymaking.
** Most wealth-building systems offer only one method or area of study.
** Reliability: The publications represent more than 30 years of publishing experience in the fields of small business, home-based business, and financing. Also, the publisher is a proud member of several large professional organizations in its field.
** Ease of use: The publications are designed to help readers to achieve their personal business goals in as short a time as possible while adhering to ethical and professional business standards.
What business can I start that will give me the fastest cash flow and income?
The fastest cash-flow generating business is--in our opinion and experience--Financial Consulting. In this business you help companies and individuals raise money for business, real estate, or personal use. You receive a fee for each loan obtained after the borrower receives his or her funds.
For small loans your fee can range from a few hundred dollars to around $1,000. On large loans your fee might be in the $100,000+ range.
How much will it cost me to get started as a Financial Consultant?
Many people can get started for as little as $300. You need a basic education in working as a Financial Consultant/Finder/Business Consultant. Once you understand the business, you can run classified ads in the "Money Available" section of a large-city Sunday newspaper.
Local businesses and individuals will ring your phone off the hook. Of course, you'll get started faster, and easier, if you've had previous business experience with loans and business financing methods.
The Financial Broker/Finder/Business Broker/ Business Consultant Kit explains the requirements for getting off to a successful, good start.
How can I get a personal loan when I have a poor credit rating or no credit rating at all?
You must find a way to improve your credit rating or, if you don't already have one, establish a credit rating. To improve a poor rating--such as a history of bankruptcy, "slow pays" on your credit report, judgments against you for not paying bills, etc.--you must make your credit better. This is sometimes called "credit enhancement"--making your credit better.
The best--and fastest--way to improve your credit for a personal loan is to get one or more cosigners or co-makers with good credit who will sign with you on your loan application.
You can use the same approach when you have not yet established your own credit rating. Using this approach, you will often be able to get the personal loan you need.
A lender offered me a loan. The interest rate seems higher than I expected. What should I do?
Unless the rate is completely out of whack with what other lenders are charging, it is often best to accept the loan offer. It's more important to get the loan money you need than to get a lower interest rate. Why? Because you can always renegotiate the interest rate at a later date.
Furthermore, if you use the money for business purposes, including investment real estate, the interest you pay is usually tax-deductible on your business tax return. So the slight saving you might make with a lower interest rate really isn't as important as getting the loan money.