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The First Rule of Bonding

Mark Rader

Without the right surety broker, you are rolling the “bonding dice.”  Worse yet, some people don’t know they are essentially gambling when it comes to their company’s surety bond needs.  Surety bonds are a very specialized non-insurance credit product, and a relatively small niche segment of the entire insurance industry.…

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Surety Bonds for the Legal Profession

Mark Rader

On occasion, the client of an attorney will need a surety bond, and these bonds are placed by surety brokers.  We refer to these as Court, Fiduciary and Probate Bonds, which are required by various courts in our judicial system.  These bonds are used to protect either property or money. …

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How to Select a Surety Broker

Mark Rader

For any business that needs surety bonds, it is wise to find an experienced surety broker (an individual) to help you navigate the industry and find the right surety company to partner wit When you enter into a surety bond relationship, you are essentially entering into two important relationships, one…

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Oswald Featured On National Investment Advice Radio Show

David Orloff

I am pleased to announce that I will be representing Oswald by discussing my knowledge and insight on life insurance and financial specialties on the nationally syndicated radio show, Straight Talk Wealth. The program can be heard in the Cleveland-Akron area on WHK (1420 AM) every Sunday from 3–4 pm. …

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Let’s Make a Deal: Reduce Investment Risk to Maximize Potential Rewards with Mergers and Acquisitions

Jeffrey Schwab

Every day, mergers and acquisitions are making headlines across the globe. These transactions, which bring smaller companies together to make a bigger one that can rapidly grow in its sector, are a big part of many companies’ growth strategies. They also can play a big role in those companies’ future…

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Understanding the Surety Bond Business and the Bonding Process

Mark Rader

A surety bond is nothing more than a third party guarantee of an obligation between two other parties. The majority of surety bonds guarantee performance of a contract and/or payment of monies legally owed to others. Sounds pretty simple right? Well, not really. When we are asking a surety company…

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