6 Secrets to Leveraging Success: A Guide for Entrepreneurs, Family Offices, and Their Trusted Advisors

Post Hill Press
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As an actuarial analyst for some of the largest companies in the world and as a Certified Financial PlannerTM Professional, Chris Jarvis gained critical insights into the successful operations of hundreds, if not thousands, of businesses and professional practices. He has been solving complex business, investment, and insurance concerns for his clients for more than twenty years. In 6 Secrets to Leveraging Success, he shares how to:

 

·      Avoid being overcharged and given inadequate service by some of the biggest professional services firms.

·      Smart ways to identify and avoid working with financial institutions that have significant, and undisclosed, conflicts of interest with you. 

·  Turn insurance expenses into valuable working assets for your business or family. 

·      Own your own insurance company—so you can keep the profits for yourself and lower the costs of agents and brokers.

·      Be Your Own Bank—so you can access, leverage, and grow your wealth without the red tape, regulations and fees of traditional banking

·      Restructure your business so that your #1 corporate expense—employees—act like owners.

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About the author

Chris Jarvis is an applied mathematician and innovative financial strategist with over 25 years experience. Jarvis teaches businesses how to increase profitability by transforming expenses into income or equity. Jarvis has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, appeared on Bloomberg TV, and written more than 100 professional articles.

 

Jarvis is a consultant to entrepreneurs and financial services firms. He has delivered sales, marketing, and motivational seminars to national insurance companies. He has provided risk management, captive consulting, and insurance brokerage services to over 250 businesses.  Chris proudly serves on the board of seven start-ups and nonprofits. 

 

Jarvis earned an MBA from The Anderson School at UCLA, where he was awarded the Young President’s Organization’s (YPO) Ken Kennedy Fellowship for entrepreneurial achievement. He spent six years as a member of Vistage International’s Chief Executive Group. 

 

Jarvis graduated from the Honors Program at the University of Rhode Island with a B.S. in applied mathematics, where he was awarded the Order of Omega Man of the Year for academic achievement and community service.

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Post Hill Press
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Published on
Mar 27, 2018
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Pages
287
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ISBN
9781682614532
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Language
English
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Genres
Business & Economics / Finance / Wealth Management
Business & Economics / Insurance / General
Business & Economics / Insurance / Risk Assessment & Management
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