This week's guest is a returning guest from Episode 92 ("What's Your Relationship with Money?"). In this episode we discuss how to B.O.U.N.C.E. back from setbacks.
BOUNCE stands for:
Efficacy (having a sense of the ability to achieve or esteem)
In this episode we talk about how to change or overcome your beliefs. What are some of your beliefs in terms of money and overcoming set backs?
For those of you who want to visit the Yesner Law YouTube page, you can see a great out-take from our recording of this episode!
In this week's episode, we interview Michael Watkins with Tampa Bay Advisory, LLC.
Michael's company helps with tax incentive recovery - basically the ability to reduce a company's bottom line so that the company pays less taxes and makes more money. Most people know this as cost segregation, which is the ability to depreciate certain asset classes on an accelerated basis different than other asset classes.
You can contact Michael at MWatkins@tampabayadvisory.com, call him at 727-243-6467.
In this week's episode of the Crushing Debt Podcast, I get away from interviews for a bit and talk about Usury Laws.
Usury Laws protect consumers from lenders who charge an excessive rate of interest. I had a usury issue come up in one of my cases and I thought it would be interesting to explore the issue in the podcast.
The issue is whether unpaid late charges on a mortgage can be "captured" as interest to drive up the interest rate on a residential note and mortgage to a level over 18% (which is usurious in Florida).
Welcome to the first Crushing Debt Podcast of 2018!
In Episode 95, I interview Gordon Firemark, an attorney for the past 25 years, who helps artists, writers and producers achieve their dreams.
Gordon is also a podcaster. His show is The Entertainment Law Update Podcast.
Gordon and I discuss Entertainment Law and Intellectual Property Law (copyrights and trademarks).
Gordon also has The Law Podcasting Podcast - how to help attorneys create manage and promote their own podcast (I was a guest on that show).
Finally, Gordon has a course on how to protect your online course and seminar, as well as a ton of other material on entertainment law and intellectual property law.
If you have specific questions, please contact me at Shawn@YesnerLaw.com or www.YesnerLaw.com