Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes is hosting international financial adviser, lecturer, and author Dan Eckelman on November 2, 2012 at 1 pm eastern as he talks how individuals can take back their financial power.
Dan Eckelman graduated from Ohio State University with a degree in Criminal Law. He dove into the real estate market to educate himself further and to begin his investment journey. He received his real estate license right out of college and brokered real estate for a few years before getting heavily into the investment side of real estate. He has invested in many forms of real estate such as foreclosures, short sales, rental properties, raw land and international property.
He was introduced to the tax lien industry 20 years ago and realized a potential investment opportunity with high returns. A way to have your money work for you. He realized that developing short term strategies of tax line investing to build immediate income and long term strategies to build financial security and retirement, was his calling.
Dan’s conducted thousands of seminars speaking to over a million people in the last 17 years on real estate, business and investment strategies, asset protection and estate planning. He has created very successful students who have gone on to build enormous wealth and created financial freedom for themselves and their families.
He’s trained thousands of brokers for the American Cash Flow Institute™ and The International Factoring Institute, of which he is President. He has trained thousands of people for the American Grant Institute and for the Trump Institute and Trump University. Dan is knowledgeable in all forms of real estate investing, tax lien investing, and business factoring such as: recourse and nonrecourse, commercial and consumer, accounts receivable purchasing and accounts receivable financing, lines of credit, letters of credit, and purchase order financing and factoring for all industries.
The interview will be available in the archives at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theresachaze/2012/11/02/until-you-walk-the-path-you-wont-know-where-it