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is the grass truly greener Commented on: 2 years ago (March 4, 2014)

But am I truly "getting paid". They say it's a forgivable loan against future production

Internal Wholesaler to Bank? Commented on: 8 years ago (May 20, 2008)

My opinion is that a bank program is a great place to start.  Since you are just out of college you may want to spend a year or two with a mentor.

Building Fee-Based Business Commented on: 8 years ago (May 8, 2008)

I am building a fee based business from scratch since 2005.  Thank goodness my firm is really behind building a fee based business.   I did have to balance getting paid upfront vs...

Chris Hansen from Dateline on this forum Commented on: 8 years ago (April 17, 2008)

After watching Hansen's "TO CATCH A PREDATOR" series last year I was waiting and hoping to see the police tackle the agents after they were "free to leave".
I was also anticipating someone...

business breakdown Commented on: 8 years ago (April 10, 2008)

CD rates are pretty much between 2-3%.
I think that's in line with what other banks are paying.

UTMA regret Commented on: 8 years ago (April 9, 2008)

Ashland wrote:Why are they regretting it, and how old is the kid?
child is 16 and has a sizable amount (300K) in UTMA accounts.
I am meeting with her tomorrow...

Equity Indexed Annuities Commented on: 8 years ago (April 4, 2008)

anonymous wrote:
"Mr Anonymous...  Why you do think I posted this thread?  I am looking for some advice.  What would you use as an alternative to EIAs if you believe...

Signatures Commented on: 8 years ago (March 13, 2008)

Perhaps I'm overthinking it but when I really thought it thru I did think it would be ok for me to PRINT and DATE because sometimes when I'm filling out the application electronically on my system...

What is the best firm? Commented on: 8 years ago (March 4, 2008)

Roadhard wrote:Based on your first question, no matter where you start--be prepared to work your butt off for the next 3 to 5 years...a rookie is a rookie at all firms!  As far as your income...

Calculator for average annual total return Commented on: 8 years ago (January 23, 2008)

My first provides last 12 months, year to date, total return since inception and quarterly.   However, they do not readily provide annual average total return.   

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