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Cary Silverman

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Cary Silverman is a consummate entrepreneur having sold multiple companies during his 20 years of business experience in the financial industry, but for him, it isn’t about the money. His success is rooted in his passion to focus on doing something better today than it was done yesterday. These days, he’s the CEO of Waldo General, Inc. that oversees the operation of King of Kash.

Full Name:Cary Silverman
Position:CEO of Waldo General, Inc.
Education:University of Missouri
Degree:Business Management
Companies:King of Kash, Waldo General, Cloverleaf Holdings, Tuscan Services, Adversatility, & Pub-Corn
Charities:JDRF, Em’s Spotlight, F.I.R.E. Foundation
Achievements:Eagle Scout, Certified IFR Pilot

Blogs & Articles

Credit Score Types Everyone Should Know and Why They Matter

These days, it’s hard to imagine not having to worry about your credit score when you make a major purchase. After all, it’s difficult to buy a home or vehicle, rent or buy a home, or even get a basic line of credit going without at least having a fair credit score. In some cases, a less-than-stellar credit score can even hamper a person’s ability to get a job.

Creditors expect potential borrowers to have well-established credit for virtually all types of loans. On the other hand, it’s almost impossible to even establish a line of credit without some kind of […] Read more

9 Legal Secrets to Reduce Your Taxes

While paying taxes is, as a rule, unavoidable, the amount a person pays in taxes can be reduced if certain strategies are used. Since every taxpayer has a different financial situation, not all ways to reduce taxes will work for everyone, but most do. While some tax avoidance secrets can be used at any time, it’s always a good idea to plan now rather than waiting. Here are nine secrets taxpayers can use to minimize their tax liabilities. 

1. Fund your retirement.

One of the best ways to reduce your taxable income is by investing in your own future. If you’re not […] Read more

9 Financial Fears and How to Overcome Them

Over the past few months, financial issues rose to a new level of concern as the pandemic altered the way we looked at jobs, borrowing money, and saving for retirement. While not everyone worried about keeping their jobs, others struggled to find ways to pay rent or house payments and put food on the table.

Regardless of a person’s socioeconomic status, virtually everyone harbored some level of financial fear as conditions around them continued to change in unpredictable ways. Even though many concerns proved to be unfounded, others had merit. Here are nine common financial fears along with strategies people can […] Read more

How to be Financially Successful in 2022

While not everyone shares the same financial needs, the majority of people have goals they want to attain in 2022. Regardless of the end goals, there are several steps anyone can take to be financially successful in 2022. Here are just a few of the many financial strategies to use in the coming year to attain financial security.

Stop Overspending on Non-Essentials

Few people track their spending, and most of them spend more than they realize on non-essential items. While the example of spending too much on fancy coffee has been used many times in the past, it’s certainly relevant. A latte […] Read more

Cord Cutting – All You Need To Know

Have you recently come across the idea of cord-cutting and wonder what it is? Well, you are in the right place as this article will give you valuable insight into all you need to know about cord-cutting and how to do it.

Cord-cutting is all about discontinuing your TV subscriptions from your satellite, cable, and/or telephone company and using an online streaming service or device instead. Saving money and the availability of programs and shows on-demand are some reasons why cord-cutting popularity is gaining momentum.

To explore this promising concept further, let us dive right in.

What is Cord Cutting?

Cord-cutting is a concept […] Read more

Money Management Tips to Improve Your Finances

While the process of creating a budget is important, all that work is for naught if you don’t stick to it. The slightest setback can derail your finances, but with a little planning, you can avoid the riskiest pitfalls and stay on the path to a more secure financial future. Here, you’ll learn about the most common financial mistakes and how to avoid them.

Not Having an Emergency Fund

If you’re budgeting for monthly spending but not putting anything aside for a rainy day fund, your plan may be over before it even begins. Life is what happens when we are busy […] Read more

How Do Home Improvement Loans Work?

If you’ve ever renovated a section of your house or even remodeled just one room, you already know that home improvement projects can be quite costly. Most homeowners don’t have the free cash in their budgets to finance their projects alone, but that doesn’t mean they have to put off important improvements for months or years while they save up. Home improvement loans offer a convenient and flexible alternative to paying cash for improvements and labor.

What Are Home Improvement Loans, Exactly?

Technically, home improvement loans aren’t a specific loan type. The term refers to how you plan to use the funds, […] Read more

How Can You Prepare for a Financial Crisis?

Financial crises can seem to arise with no warning. Suddenly, you are thrown into the midst of a financial storm, and there seems no way out. Thankfully, there are ways you can prepare for such an emergency, so panic does not set in and lead to stress.

There Is Fear in the Unknown

Losing a job, an unexpected lengthy illness or even a car accident can wreak havoc on your finances. When someone is not prepared for the unknown, they constantly live in fear of what might happen next.

The thought of something happening beyond your control is much easier to fathom when […] Read more

A Comprehensive Guide to Credit Score and its Breakdown

Your credit score is at the core of measuring your financial health as it tells the lenders how good you are at using credit within limits and paying it off. A higher credit score makes it easier for you to get new lines of credit and loans. 

Additionally, a higher score may even allow you to secure lower interest rates on your loans. If you want to ensure that your credit score stays at an optimum level, you must understand its components. Knowing what can improve or worsen your credit score can help you navigate this financial terrain efficiently. 

What is a […] Read more

The Beginner’s Guide to Emergency Funds

Budget management can be incredibly stressful, especially for those who are new to financial literacy. Being unprepared for an emergency can throw an additional wrench into otherwise sound financial plans, leaving people with little choice but to take on additional debt. Thankfully, there’s a simple solution: start and maintain a solid emergency fund.

What Is an Emergency Fund?

An emergency fund is an easy-to-access cache of money set aside to cover unexpected expenses. It’s a great alternative to relying on an Emergency Loan Provider if you suddenly find yourself facing financial emergencies such as:

Urgent, unplanned home repairs
Medical bills incurred due to unexpected […] Read more

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