Early Morning Thoughts

Remember awhile back when I said we were getting the roof / siding / etc done and I was talking to the contractor about construction equipment financing and the like? Well, they started work today… Now, I want to state up front that I’m really happy about this. But there’s one small problem: construction guys like to start… Read More »

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When it rains….

Ok, so it rained a lot last month. Which really wouldn’t bother me so much except that, in the middle of it all, those unmistakable “the roof is leaking” spots appeared on my bedroom ceiling. Ugh… To be honest, though, it wasn’t unexpected. The roof on our house is 17 years old (we think – we weren’t here… Read More »

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Used Equipment Financing can save you money (2009 version)

It’s funny – sometimes, I look back in my blog archives, and I come across something I thought was relevant to a particular time, but then I realize it’s even MORE relevant now. And that’s true with today’s post, which is about financing used equipment. I first wrote about used equipment financing in spring of 2008, when gasoline prices… Read More »

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“It’s a zero sum game”

I think of odd things sometimes. For example, this is what I thought about my last time at the gym: Oftentimes, one will hear somebody equate the economy to a “zero sum game”. For those unfamiliar with the term, a “zero sum” anything basically means in order to gain, someone else must lose. Think of a cake or… Read More »

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It’s a good time to talk about financing software

In doing our part to help the economy recover, my wife just bought a Kindle. If you don’t know what that is, it’s a digital book reader sold by Amazon.com. Basically it’s a device that lets you download and read books. Pretty neat stuff.   I’ll be the first to admit that her want for the Kindle was… Read More »

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