Simply put, Invoice Finance refers to the short term loan provided by various financing companies to supplement a business with working capital. When a business provides a product or service to a company it issues an invoice to the buyer. Depending on the nature of business, there can be several situations when the business receives the payment in a time of 30-90 days. While the payment is being processed, the business would often require working capital to maintain itself for those 30-90 days. Invoice Finance is a loan provided by financial institutes utilizing the unpaid sales invoices as collateral.
New Girl star Zooey Deschanel enjoys an income of $95,000 a month but reportedly still lives on $22,500 a month, and that already includes her donations to charity. Veronica Mars actress Kristen Bell is also very proud of using coupons for her daily expenses. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, whose net worth is $9.4 billion, still drives a simple Acura. Zara founder Amancio Ortega still lives in a low-key apartment with his wife in La Coruña, Spain, and still drives a simple Audi A8.
Wealth creation is not an exclusive ability, but there are common aspects that rich people share that average people do not possess.
Authors like Steve Siebold of “How Rich People Think” have already documented such traits. The list below is derived mostly from Siebold’s survey but some are taken from other sources. Check out the list below and see if you can emulate these traits. Continue reading “10 Ways Rich People Think of Money Differently”
Cedric Naudon is a wealthy French entrepreneur with a penchant for fine food. Nothing notable there— French foodies are a dime a dozen. But unlike most those other foodies, Naudon owns half of a neighborhood in Paris, and his plans for the area would make anyone’s mouth water.
Naudon’s plan for the neighborhood, as featured in The New York Times, is to turn the area into an epicurean village called La Jeune Rue (Young Street).
Developed with the help of an international team of designers, the plans include a butchery, a cheesemonger, an organic bakery, an oyster bar, a fishmonger, ethnic restaurants, and a clique of neighborhood mainstays. The butchery will include a library to allow patrons to read all about the cuts on offer. Continue reading “Entrepreneur Develops Food-Based Neighborhood”
According to gogetitnews.com, Panama’s underdeveloped province of Colon is about to undergo significant development ventures. Focusing on development of Colon, Panama’s second largest province, was a central aspect of President Juan Carlos Varela’s recent election platform. The Ministry of Public Works and the Ministry of Housing will work together towards renewing the province, including building better homes for the inhabitants. Furthermore, Varela has signed the tender calling for an urban renewal project, but exact costs and construction dates are currently unknown. According the gogetitnews.com’s report, the project will benefit about 25,000 people in the city by building up to 5,000 … Continue reading Colon Province Focus Of Renewal
According to the team at LiveAndInvestOverseas.com these are the world’s 21 best places to live, retire, or have the adventure of your lifetime right now… Enjoy the list, choose one and … retire today!!!
1. Argentina… From cosmopolitan Buenos Aires to Mendoza wine country…
2. Belize… Beaches, rain forests, reefs, Mayan ruins, and rivers…
plus one of the easiest places in the world to get foreign residency…
3. Brazil… A huge, diverse nation boasting excellent investment opportunity and bargain beach properties…
4. Chile… The ease and comfort of “First World” living, plus easy residency with little hassle…
5. Colombia… A land emerging as one of the next great expat destinations, specifically Medellin, a European-feel city with a Latin American cost of living… Continue reading “World’s best 21 places to live, retire or have the adventure of your life right now!”
When I’m asked to recommend a single spot in Ireland for the would-be retiree, I come up with at least five possibilities. Then, for each place, I ask one critical question: Could a non-local (one not born into a harsh Irish winter) survive here year-round? Is there enough to amuse when the nights are long and it rains for a week at a time? The one place that stands out to me right now—passing this year-round test with flying colors—is Kilkenny.
This “Medieval city” (now officially a town) is the arts and artisanal center of Ireland. From April to October, its streets buzz with local and tourist shoppers in search of unique clothing, gifts, and home-wares. They come in the winter months, too, though in lesser numbers. The big event in town is the annual Cat Laughs Comedy Festival in June that attracts comedy fans from around the world, while November’s Kilkenomics Festival—a quirky marriage of economists and comedians from around the world—is growing in popularity. And, any time boredom strikes, you can reach Dublin in 70 minutes by direct motorway.
The whole county of Kilkenny deserves to be explored, particularly those towns and villages along the Nore and Barrow rivers. Dotted between patchwork fields representing every shade of green, you’ll find potters, glassmakers, and jewelry designers, all inspired by the natural beauty surrounding them. Continue reading “The Pick For The Best Of Ireland From LiveAndInvestOverseas”
I’ve just written some food of thought and I am happy to share it with my online family. Now, we are living in an era where information is really at our fingertips and only if we are lazy or find excuses we don’t find what we need to take our life at superior levels. Continue reading Why the next 100 years hold in our hands, pardon, start-up incubators
Until 6 months ago I didn’t even know how big the industry of virtual currencies or crypto currencies is and how many very specialised jobs were created in the last years to support it. In the meantime I had the privilege to start using my knowledge and experience and support the marketing team and the launch of a new (and) amazing player in this market – Logos. As in the last years I’ve attended RE/MAX European Conventions in Vienna – starting this year it will be in Barcelona I have to say that Vienna is a great choice for corporate events.
Vienna is getting ready to host the first Bitcoin conference in the region and at the same time becoming part of Logos Ecosystem! Central European Bitcoin Expo takes place this weekend at Technical University in Vienna, Austria, the
organizers are proud to announce a brand new partner for the conference, Logos.
Often times there is a misconception that you can’t develop an amazing business without VC’s, investors and stuff. Mindvalley proved that not only this can be done but their success can be emulated and … you have to screw it and just do it. Vishen draws seven important lessons he learned in the past nine years of building Mindvalley from scratch. The takeaways fro this article are: 1. Your College Degree is Meaningless (and sometimes a liability) 2. Don’t Quit Your Day Job Too Soon 3. Business Plans are Mostly Bullshit 4. Control Your Equity 5. Forge Networks … Continue reading 7 Lessons from Building a $15-Million-a-Year Lifestyle Business with No Loans, VCs or Angel Money
Denis Foynes- Skyscanner has released the results on an intensive survey designed to locate the countries where the people are the rudest towards tourists. Skyscanner claims to be Europe’s leading travel search site, operating in over 25 languages with over 25 million visits and over 11 million unique visitors per month. It has offices in Scotland and Singapore. Some of the seeming rudeness may be attributable to cultural differences rather than anything deliberate. For example, says Tatiana Danilova, Skyscanner’s Russian Market Manager, “the Russian language is not as polite as English, so when Russians translate directly from Russian to English, … Continue reading The World’s Rudest Nations For Tourists
Tom Ferry presents four powerful negociation questions regarding objection handing Continue reading Tom Ferry – Objection Handling Four Powerful Negotiation Questions