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Alex Gomory Phone: 909-784-2476
Alex Gomory is a seasoned writer who holds a degree in History from the California State Polytechnic University of Pomona where he studied early Christianity and did major research on some of the non-canonical gospels.

After graduating, he assumed a position as a writer and editor for a major real estate journal that supplies housing information to roughly one-third of the real estate agents in California. His work has been picked up by local newspapers, personal websites, and the real estate listing service, Trulia.com.

When it comes to the ambiguous world of financing and loans, Alex enjoys applying his diverse experience and wide-range of interests to the production of content that others will find both useful and interesting.
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Robert Wessel from St. Clair County, Illinois is being sued for allegedly refusing to repay $120,000 in personal loans he received from another individual.  His lender, Keith A. Markus, claims that Wessel borrowed three unsecured personal loans from him over the course of five years. The first was lent out in September 2007 for an amount of $25,000. Markus said that Wessel agreed to repay that principal in addition to 6 percent interest by December of that same year. But two months later,...
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Both large and small businesses alike have weathered a huge blow from the recent economic crisis. Established entrepreneurs and business owners alike saw their life’s work crash before their eyes almost overnight. While experts called this crisis a “recession,” many others saw this as nothing short of a full-blown depression. For those businesses that have weathered this storm, many are finding the need for business financing in order to bridge their businesses from today’s market into...
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The Small Business Administration (SBA) offers commercial borrowing to businesses across the nation. So long as an entrepreneur’s company operates for profit, engages in business in the United States (or in a U.S. territory), has reasonable owner equity to invest, and has already used alternative financial resources, then that business owner may be eligible for at least one SBA loan type. Since SBA financing is secured by the federal government, lenders tend to be more lenient on granting...
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Small business loans are perfect for funding purchases that are necessary to begin generating profit. That means business loans can be used for virtually anything, and those uses will vary wildly depending on the market one's industry is in. Some of the more popular uses for business loans include the following: Equipment Inventory Expansion Employee Payment While not every company needs capital for each of these categories, most companies will find they need financing for at least one of...
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Business loans can be given for as low as a few thousand dollars to as high as several hundred dollars. However, the amount of money isn’t the issue; it’s whether or not an entrepreneur can convince a lender to lend the amount required. In order to do that, the entrepreneur must entice a lender with appropriate collateral. If you want to take out a business loan of a certain amount, consider what you have to offer as security for that loan. Collateral is King For better or worse, lenders don’t...
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The Small Business Administration, more commonly known in financing circles as the SBA, offers government-backed business loans. Aspiring entrepreneurs should be aware of SBA business loans since these financing tools are widely available and meant to help spur the nation’s small businesses. When are SBA Business Loans Useful? SBA loans have several benefits that traditional business financing opportunities lack. Chief among these benefits is the fact that SBA business loans are easier to...

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