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Risk Management Certification Curriculum and Exam Preparation

Becoming a certified professional in any field can be a rigorous process. Some designations require classroom study and preparation, while others simply require that a designee pass an exam based on his or her knowledge. Curriculum is also important, but also based on the field.

Understanding PRMIA and GARP Certifications

Professional certifications are important to both the individuals that obtain them as well as the organizations in which those individuals work. In the financial field, personnel involved in risk management can obtain several important certifications from two major international groups. In today’s uncertain financial environment, professional certifications can go a long way to calm investors and regulators, as well as restore faith in the financial system in general.

Why Medical Invoice Factoring Companies Require Due Diligence Audits

Setting up an invoice factoring relationship for a distributor, manufacturer or service company requires a certain amount of due diligence on the part of the factor. But for medical or dental related factoring, that process is expanded due to the complexities of billing and collections in these industries. A due diligence audit is necessary to test the reliability of these important functions and determine the approximate percentage of gross billings that will be received in the future.

Giving is Our Foundation

Giving is our foundation. Remember John 3:16 – “For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life.” (NIV) If God cared enough about us to give His only son for our benefit, we should care enough about each other to willingly give of our resources to help those in need. Giving is all about attitude.

The Repeal of the Glass Steagall Act – Right Or Wrong

The Glass-Steagall Act of 1933 established the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and became effective on January 1, 1934 for the purpose of banking reform. It was created in response to the stock market crash when people lost everything they had. Encouraging people to start saving again and to build confidence in the American banking system, this act set more stringent capital requirements and provided depositors with insurance on their deposits. The repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act: Right or Wrong.

The Many Uses of an ATM Machine

We are all familiar with the ATM. The word “ATM” is the short term for Automated Teller Machines. Nearly every financial institution provides the convenience of an ATM to its customers at no cost and to visitors for a modest fee. The automated cash computer is well known for accessing accounts to view balances, to make deposits and withdrawals to your bank account, and to make cash advances with credit cards. The device allows secure financial transactions.

Are You Courting Financial Meltdown?

If your business is operating on the popular volume at low-markup model, you could be courting financial meltdown and not even know it. Here’s why.

Government Grant Information

Many people are feeling a crunch on their wallets these days – expenses are going up, but the money coming in is not. People don’t know what to do – yet each year there’s approximately $300-$460 billion in free government grants; most people don’t know about these grants, and continue to linger in financial uncertainty.

Value Wealth Creation Principles

Do you know that any wealth created without creating a value is always illegal? Money flows towards the direction of value. if you must create wealth, you must create value that people are wiling to pay for.

Factoring Government Invoices and Getting Paid in Days Rather Than Months

Factoring government invoices gives businesses an opportunity to get paid in days rather then months. Being able to land a government contract, whether large or small, can be a big coup. The government is generally a very reliable customer with a good deal of money to spend. Because of this, it is fairly easy to get paid upfront for a government jobs by selling the contract invoice (receivables) to a Factor. Factors will purchase the contract invoices of companies who have customers with good credit. Most government agencies will qualify.

Invoice Factoring News – Small Business Association Report

The “Third Quarter 2009: The Economy and Small Business,” states the U.S. economic recovery began in the third quarter of 2009 as real gross domestic product grew an annualized 3.5 percent. But when it comes to small to medium sized businesses, they are still not out of the woods, and in order to survive many business owners have turned to strategies like invoice factoring.

Success Grants Complete Review – Grants Software Kit

It is your right to apply for grant funding from the government or private organizations if you think that you qualify. You can apply for a grant if you need to get our of debt, start your business, buy your house or renovate it, pay for your education, pay general expenses, purchase real estate, buy necessary items, cover your medical expenses, and for many other purposes.

Microfinance Business Model

Business Models in Microfinance: “Microfinance” is often defined as financial services for poor and low-income clients. In practice, the term is often used more narrowly to refer to loans and other services from providers that identify themselves as “microfinance institutions” (MFIs). These institutions commonly tend to use new Business Models developed over the last 30 years to deliver very small loans to unsalaried borrowers, taking little or no collateral.

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