Finding a Franchise When Family Comes First

Patty Bergey saw the writing on the wall. The corporate life she knew was about to end.

The married mother of two boys spent 27 years working in financial services. With the economic troubles of 2008 drying up new business, the division she was working in was shutting down.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThankfully, as employees at her company were given their end dates, they were ...

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Real Estate Appraiser Kicks Some Tail!

Larry Keller was 54 years old when he got the phone call from his boss telling him he was out of a job. Keller spent his entire adult life in the banking industry, serving as an area appraisal manager for Southern California and Hawaii at the time of his layoff.

“I ran the top region for the largest home loan lender in the nation. When the home loan volume went away, so did my job. It was a total shock,” Keller ...

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