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Expert Insights On Tapping Into Government Aid For Entrepreneurs w/Josh Zieglowsky

With everything going on in the country, countless businesses and entrepreneurs are struggling to stay afloat. There are many business-saving government initiatives that can provide financial support, but many people remain unaware of them..

We know there are government programs offering loans and aid, but we’re left in the dark about how to access them.

Where do we begin when it comes to tapping into these funds? What do we need to be eligible to claim these funds?

In this episode, founder/principal of The Chandler Group, Josh Zieglowsky joins me to talk about the different government programs that we can access to claim funds, how easy it is to do so and why we should take advantage of these opportunities.

 

You regret the things you don’t do, you don’t regret the things you try. -Josh Zieglowsky

 

 

Things You’ll Learn In This Episode

  • Government funds: keep this in mind
    What’s the catch when it comes to claiming government funds and loans?
  • You give, you get
    Does the universal law hold true, asserting that as we give, so too do we receive?
  • The importance of taking action
    Why shouldn’t we wait to take action with certain things and strike while the iron is hot?

 

Guest Bio:

Josh Zieglowksy is the Founder/Principal of The Chandler Group, LLC, boasting expertise in Real Estate, encompassing both Residential and Commercial sectors for over 17 years. He has achieved remarkable success in overseeing multimillion-dollar projects from their inception to completion. The cornerstone of his approach lies in fostering close collaboration between The Chandler Group team and clients to devise tailored programs that effectively address their real estate requirements.

Josh has been an entrepreneur for almost 20 years. His primary focus is investing in residential and commercial real estate. Josh’s key expertise includes asset and portfolio management, broker relations, investor and client relations, banking relations, economic and demographic trends, market analysis, due diligence oversight, financing oversight, acquisition and disposition strategies, transaction oversight and business development.

When Josh isn’t working, he’s spending time with his wife of 21 years, Taryn, and his four children. Josh grew up in Morgan, UT where he was a multi-sport athlete but his love was in basketball. Now, years later, he gives back by coaching local students to succeed both in sports and in life.

Visit https://www.selfemployedcredits.com/?ref=christopher28 

Find Josh on LinkedIn @Josh Zieglowsky

 

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