Beware of the ‘invisible tax,’ inflation. Jason Hartman discusses inflation, poverty, and work-from-home lifestyle and advantages. In these challenging times, which professionals are able to stay optimistic? How are the elites transferring wealth?
In part II of today’s show, Jason interviews Jessica Mah, founder of inDinero. Tune in for pro-tips on loan approval for PPP & EIDL. How can you optimize your time with loan delays, and get ahead of the game? And, don’t forget to prep for the end-game of these loans, will they be forgiven? Follow the rules and we shall see.
[3:15] There are two types of taxation that we are paying: 1) The tax that we see, income tax, sales tax, etc 2) The inflation tax, which destroys the purchasing power of our money
[7:30] People are being driven into poverty in this quarantine, making it very difficult for some to adjust to the work-from-home lifestyle
[13:30] “Tis the set of the sails, And not the gales, Which tell us the way to go.” -Ella Wheeler Wilcox
[16:00] How are the elites transferring wealth?
[19:30] Jessica Mah, founder of inDinero, helping entrepreneurs run better businesses
[20:50] PPP has run out? Only 6% of all applications have been approved by the SBA and funded.
[21:15] The SBA is saying the best option is to use the bank you are already with, although Jessica has seen more success getting a loan through smaller regional banks
[23:15] Have you seen success in getting loans with brokers?
[25:30] Every bank is accepting PPP & EIDL applications even though they’re both on hold due to running out of money
[26:45] How can you be successful at getting your slice of the bailout pie?
[27:30] Pro-Tips: Show your work; have an excel spreadsheet that shows how you came to your figures
[30:30] How difficult is the one-page application?
[31:00] The Magic Question, “What is all of the information you need from me in order for the bank to formally process my loan application and submit it to the SBA?”
[34:00] This loan could be forgiven if properly played out
[38:00] Encouraged to apply for PPP & EIDL, but PPP is the better of the two options for covering big payroll sheets