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Exeter 1031 Exchange Services LLC CEO William Exeter To Speak on “Exit and Succession Strategies for Rental Property Owners” April 30 at San Diego Apartment Association

San Diego, California (PRWEB) April 28, 2015

William L. Exeter, CEO and President of Exeter 1031 Exchange Services, LLC, is a featured speaker at the Apartment Realty Group’s (ARG) Spring 2015 workshop series, “Exit and Succession Strategies for Rental Property Owners.” It takes place Thursday, April 30 from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the DoubleTree San Diego – Hotel Circle, located at 1515 Hotel Circle South in Mission Valley. The workshop is free and open to the public. Registration is available at

Among the topics to be addressed are: Real Estate Exit and Succession Strategies; Trust and Estate Planning; 1031 Exchange Options, Rules, and Strategies; Cash-flow Analysis; and Market Update and Overview. Mr. Exeter will be joined by fellow speaker, Jeff Isaac, known as the “Lawyer in Blue Jeans,” and moderator Doug Taber, with the Apartment Realty Group. This free educational event is sponsored by ARG and the San Diego County Apartment Association. It is not a sales presentation, but a workshop geared toward real estate investors seeking ways to improve their investment position and portfolio.

Exeter 1031 Exchange Services, LLC, is a leading national provider of Qualified Intermediary, Exchange Accommodation Title holding, and Advisory Exchange Services for individual, corporate and institutional clients throughout the United States and the world. Exeter administers all types of 1031 Exchange transactions, including Forward, Reverse and Improvement (Build-To-Suit or Construction) 1031 Exchange structures, for real estate, personal property and foreign assets.

Exeter 1031 Exchange Services, LLC has national office locations in San Diego, Newport Beach, Los Angeles, Fresno, San Francisco, Chicago, Ft. Lauderdale, Pittsburgh, PA, New York City, and New Jersey.

Contact Exeter 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

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7 Tips for Small Business Owners to Avoid Financial Disaster from Sunovis Financial

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) April 11, 2013

Successful business owners offer a great service or product and superior customer service. However, great products and customer service won’t help if financial planning is not in order. And gaining access to capital, such as a fast Micro loan from Sunovis Financial, will be made more difficult if the finances are in disarray.

So what should a business owner do to take control and what to avoid? Sunovis Financial offers some tips on what to avoid:

1. Poor Record Keeping and Administration

Small business owners are often not good record or bookkeepers! Many business owners had the great business concept, saw the need in the market and knew how to implement the idea. “They are not the type of personalities who jump out of bed in the morning and say “Great, it’s payroll tax and paperwork day today,” says Terry Robinson, President of Sunovis Financial. “They are usually the type of personalities who think about their customers, big ideas or how to improve their product.”

Tip 1 is that business owners cannot avoid bookkeeping! Sadly, too many small businesses fly by the seat of their pants and could have avoided problems by reviewing the business numbers. Businesses must know what money is coming in, where it is going and how much is going out, and have a good handle on inventory (if the business deals with inventory.) Either hire an in-house bookkeeper or engage one in your community to get control of your financial situation.

2. Not Watching Your Bank Balance

Tip 2 involves watching that bank balance. Many small business owners don’t do this, and then rude surprises could occur such as bounced checks. That can affect the credit score, incur fees and even hurt your relations with suppliers who had to deal with insufficient funds. By having better bookkeeping, businesses will be able to better watch and manage the bank account situation. And come tax time, the task will be easier, too! Internet banking can be an easy way to check that account daily.

3. Poor Cash and Credit Management Practices

Tip 3 builds on Tip 1 and 2. Cash management practices to avoid financial ruin include:

a) Hold good insurance on your premises and inventory. Don’t let a fire or flood take you down.

b) Those doing ‘business-to-business’ sales may be faced with having to sell on credit. If so then be disciplined in chasing up any outstanding payments. Don’t be embarrassed about for what is due to you. Chase as hard as possible because the business has its own debts to pay!

c) Likewise, businesses that are granted a period of credit granted must pay on time.

d) Know the monthly expenses, and plan accordingly with incoming or anticipated revenues. Having a handle on that bookkeeping with do wonders.

4. No Cost Controls

No cost controls could spell disaster. Business owners need to compare prices and specifications. Have set limits on what the business will not pay, and always be on the lookout for a good deal.

5. Spending Without Forethought

Tip 5 addresses the need to consider every expenditure within the budget (see Tip 7) and financial situation. Early phases of a business require money for structure, inventory and start up but consider carefully each item. As the business grows, don’t overreach but scale up thoughtfully. Consider the use of a short-term Micro loan if the business generates cash flow but could use an infusion of capital to go to the next step.

6. Depending On a Small Number of Customers

A business should never rest on its laurels. Marketing, promotion, product development and growing the client base are important for all businesses. Don’t depend on a small number of clients. Don’t be held hostage. Consider social media for some outreach.

7. Not Having a Budget

One good financial practice is to have a budget, which is Tip 7. A budget works well with the first tips above, to see the big financial picture and then plan into the future for it. A budget can also help business owners with Tip 5 before making any large or unnecessary purchases.

Financial problems can usually be avoided or mitigated by taking basic planning steps and then implementing them.

Sunovis Financial assists small business owners with SBA loans and non-bank Micro loans. The company mission is to rebuild the U.S. economy, one business and one loan at a time.

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“7 Secrets to Running a Highly Profitable Salon” Integrity’s Seminar Series Helps Owners Increase Their Hair Salon Profit Margin

7 Secrets to Running a Highly Profitable Salon seminar series targeted towards hair salon owners and will be co-hosted with SalonCentric, the premier distribution partner to the professional salon com

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 11, 2012

Integrity Payment Systems (IPS) is announcing a nation wide series of seminars entitled “7 Secrets to Running a Highly Profitable Salon.” These seminars are targeted towards hair salon owners and will be co-hosted with SalonCentric, the premier distribution partner to the professional salon community in the U.S.

“It is easy”, says Guy Wadas from Integrity Payment Systems, “to loose site of the forest through the trees. Our seminar series outlines easy to implement strategies for increasing hair salon profit margins.”

Among other topics, salon owners will learn:

     How to increase their profit margin for guest consultations.
    How to coach service providers to greater success.
    How to automatically reduce debt while building cash reserves and wealth.
    How to painlessly quadruple investments in their salon.

The seminars will be led by Chuck Hastings and representatives from Integrity Payment Systems, all of whom are long-time salon professionals.

Salon owners who have worked with Mr. Hastings over the years consistently testify that their pre-book hair salon profit margins increase significantly, their promotions are more successful and that they see dramatic improvement in their staff coaching.

To find out more information about times and locations throughout the country please connect with our press contact at 866-988-4882 or email acristerna(at)integritypaymentsystems(dot)com.

Integrity Payment Systems is a merchant services provider that is national in scope processing billions of dollars’ worth of payment transactions every year. Integrity is committed to customer support with one phone number for both customer service and technical support that is answered by a person rather than a machine. Their customer service personnel are in-house, and given the information and decision making authority to solve problems.

Beyond customer service, Integrity Payment Systems provides a series of unique products and services not generally available from a merchant services provider. For example, they provide next business day availability of funds from credit card transactions regardless of where the merchant does their banking.

Additionally, Integrity has developed automated systems that allow business owners to set aside savings on a daily basis for an emergency fund, building up a reserve for a major purchase or just saving for a vacation.

With their many value-added business solutions, Integrity Payment Systems not only strives to lower the processing costs for merchants, they work to provide more benefits for the money a merchant does spend for their payments processing.

Integrity Payment Systems was also the first payments processor to specialize in the salon industry. By providing savings to salon owners totaling many millions of dollars, plus their many value-added services tailored to the salon industry, Integrity Payment Systems earned the endorsement of L’Oreal USA, Redken 5th Ave NYC and many other notables within the salon industry.

Integrity’s salon division website can be found at Information on other business segments can be found at The company’s headquarters is located minutes from Chicago’s O’Hare airport in Des Plaines, IL.

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More Debt Press Releases Rodney Bartlett interviews Google’s Matt Cutts at Pubcon 2007 in Las Vegas. Matt had some outstanding guidelines for modest business owners and answered a couple of great questions.
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President Obama speaks about the key role tiny enterprise plays in moving the American economy forward and the steps his Administration has taken to aid modest businesses grow and hire new workers in the course of a check out to Woonsocket, RI. October 25, 2010.