The COVID-19 pandemic caused Congress to pass the Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Security Act - the CARES Act. While most people talk about the SBA Lending, Payroll Protection Plan (PPP) and Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL), many people don't know or understand the rest of the Act and its impact on your ability to make and save money.
In this week's episode of The Crushing Debt Podcast, we talk about:
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We're happy to have Sarry Ibrahim on today's episode of The Crushing Debt Podcast to talk about how to Bank on Yourself for Asset Protection.
You may recall Sarry's associate, Mark Willis on Episode 191, who first introduced us to the Bank on Yourself concept. Sarry takes it a step further to discuss asset protection!
Sarry and I discuss:
If you want to contact Sarry, you can find him at www.FinAssetProtection.com, where he offers a free 15-minute consultation.
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Bill Reiman had me on his podcast, The Real Build. We had such a great time and talked about so much great information, that I had to return the favor and have him on The Crushing Debt Podcast.
Bill is a Real Estate Broker and Custom Home Builder in the Marco Island - Naples area of Florida. RK Reiman Construction started in 1986 with Bill’s father and the company now includes his brother and sister.
We talk about working with family and how Bill got started in the business, how to select the right contractor, construction contracts and builder contracts, how to keep client expectations reasonable, and whether certain builder contracts can be negotiated.
You can find Bill at:
Normally, I’d ask you send me any questions, but this week, I’d like to know how you’re holding up during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Please send me a message, email or comment and let me know how you’re doing. If you need to talk, or need anything, please let me know - Shawn@YesnerLaw.com.
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On this special Bonus episode of The Crushing Debt Podcast, we talk about Governor DeSantis's Executive Order, No. 20-94 regarding a stay on mortgage foreclosures and evictions in Florida based on COVID-19.
You can find the Executive Order here.
We also interview our friend, Bill Mantooth the Area Manager for Loan Depot, the largest purchase mortgage lender in the Country, about mortgage forbearances, refinances and modifications. If used correctly, a forbearance can give you some additional room in your budget over the next 3 - 12 months. Used improperly, a forbearance may lead to foreclosure. Learn the differences in this bonus episode.
You can contact Bill at Bill@BillMantooth.com.
If you have questions for me, Shawn@YesnerLaw.com, or www.YesnerLaw.com. We would appreciate if you would share this content with someone you know who has questions about foreclosure, forbearance, evictions, refinances, and modifications.
In this week’s episode of The Crushing Debt Podcast, we interview attorney Jeff Love of Gibbs Giden law firm.
Jeff’s practice focuses on real estate transactions, multi-family investing and syndications. In this week’s episode, Jeff and I talk about:
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This week’s episode of The Crushing Debt Podcast is for our real estate investor listeners. I interview bankruptcy lawyer, asset protection lawyer, and CPA Mark Pierce about asset protection.
Mark is a Wyoming attorney who uses Wyoming LLC laws, and asset protection trusts to help his clients avoid liability. Specifically, we talk about:
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