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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

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

A Quick Guide on Getting an Emergency Loan

Individuals must use credit wisely to protect their financial situation. However, a person might find they have a considerable emergency expense that exceeds the amount they have set aside for these situations. When this happens, they look for an emergency loan to cover the difference. Where should they get this loan?

Personal Loans

Personal loans serve as a good option for those who need cash fast. They come with few, if any, restrictions. However, the terms of these loans vary by lender, and the borrower must know what they are agreeing to before signing for the loan.

Furthermore, the approval and loan terms […] Read more

How to Rebuild Your Credit Score

Good credit comes with numerous benefits, such as eligibility for low-interest personal loans and credit cards. Your score reflects how you handle debt—and regular payments will help rebuild your credit. Here, we’ll offer some tips on earning a better credit score.

Rebuilding Credit Fast: Is It Possible?

In certain instances, it’s possible to boost credit scores quickly. Certain factors affect your score, such as:

The amount of debt owed.
Your payment history.
The type of credit you have.
The length of your credit history.
Any new accounts opened.

Some of these factors, like credit history length and payment history, are challenging to improve quickly, even with a debt […] Read more

Living Expenses and How to Budget For Them

All of us dreamt about the perks of adulthood. However, little did anyone warn us about the never-ending expenses that will accompany this golden era of our lives. From rent to groceries, car insurances to utility bills, a wide range of living expenses unleash upon us as we become responsible adults. 

If you are an adult struggling to manage living expenses and how to budget them, you are in the right place. This post will give you a comprehensive insight into living expenses, their categorization, and strategies to manage them efficiently. 

This is really important, especially if you have a lower than […] Read more

The Ultimate Guide to Save for Retirement

Finance experts suggest that we should all be putting a significant portion of our yearly salary into a retirement savings account. However, for many people, the reality of retirement isn’t an ideal one. According to a 2019 Bankrate poll, just over half of America’s workers aren’t saving enough.

If you are like most of the survey’s respondents, you may wonder how to catch up on retirement savings. No matter how little you’re saving or how close retirement is, it’s not too late to grow a nest egg. Medicare and Social Security may not be enough, but with these facts and tips, […] Read more

5 Things to Consider When Choosing a Loan Provider

Loans are available in various terms, sizes, and shapes. When choosing a loan product, understanding your options and each lender’s requirements will make it much easier to get the financing you need. In this guide, you’ll learn what to consider when choosing a loan provider.

Different Types of Loans Are Available

Before taking out a loan with the best loan provider, it makes sense to research your options. These include:

Personal loans. A secured loan is backed by personal property or another form of collateral, and they’re frequently offered to those with little to no credit. Unsecured loans are based on a borrower’s […] Read more

Best Budgeting Apps, Tools, and Software in 2021

Budgeting is a basic but most effective technique to manage your money. However, many people struggle or fail to do it. If you are thinking about budgeting your money, this post will educate you on the best apps, software, and tools.

What is Budgeting

Budgeting is all about the estimation of your income against your expenses over any specified period of time. What it does, is give you a clear picture of how to allocate your money for different needs.

Additionally, it will give you some options that you can enjoy while staying within your financial limitations. Budgeting will help you eliminate the […] Read more

How to Create a Budget: A Step by Step Guide to Building a Budget

Though money’s coming in, it may be going right back out the door at an alarming rate. Even if someone makes a good amount of money each month, without a budget, it’s all too easy to spend too much money and end up struggling to cover credit card bills and other expenses. No matter what your income is, creating a budget can make it easier to stay on top of your finances and make sure you have money set aside in case there’s an emergency.

Steps to Creating Your Own Budget
Determine Income

Before setting a budget, determine your net income. This should […] Read more

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