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Noble in a Nutshell

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The Noble Capital State of the Company has come and gone. Now that the dust has settled, we’ve caught up on our sleep and turned our attentions to other tasks. But we wanted to take a moment to reflect on this latest event before fully moving on. We have to say, those who missed out, really missed out. Our State of the Company event has evolved into more than just a company update; we really try to add some value and show how much we appreciate our clients. Our team went above and beyond to ensure a positive experience, so thank you to...
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The Long and Short of Capital Gains

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Benjamin Franklin is credited with saying, “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes”. More than 220 years later that assertion still holds up, sort of. Though we’re living longer, we still haven’t found a way to throw the reaper off of our trail. However, there are a number of acceptable methods to lessen the burden of taxation on your investment income. One way to do this is to understand the rules around capital gains taxes. If you’ve played the investment game for any amount of time, you should be aware by now that...
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You Can’t Keep it Locked Up Forever

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Investing is great. Not losing money on your investments is even better. Making a mountain of money from those investments is awesome. Developing and executing a strong investment strategy is difficult and takes a great deal of knowledge. If you’ve gotten to the point where your investments are dialed in and you’re accumulating capital, preferably in tax-deferred savings accounts, take a moment to congratulate yourself. But don’t get too comfortable because the tax man cometh. Previously, we outlined our Multi-Pillar Tax Strategy to help protect your investment income. The first pillar, which will be of paramount importance in retirement, is...
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Don’t Let Your Investment Savings Get the (T)ax

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Smart investing is all about finding the right place to put your money at the right time, right? Well, not exactly. If this is your approach, you’re missing out on a key component of your money management strategy, and you’re probably losing a great deal of your earnings to the tax man. While timing your investments wisely and putting them in the right place is important, the accumulation of capital is only one piece of a larger puzzle. Equally important are the preservation and distribution strategies for the wealth you’ve worked oh-so-hard to build. If you’re asking yourself “what are...
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Defining Wealth Using the BASE Acronym

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When we define wealth, too often we assign a numeric value in place of a comprehensive answer; as if a number, alone, could describe the feeling of knowing that our children will have the opportunities that we did not; as if a number, alone, could provide lifetime security for our spouses if tragedy were to strike; as if a number, alone, could tell those that follow how to repeat the process for the next generation. True wealth lies in knowledge. And with the transfer of knowledge we are assured that our legacy lives on. In the Real Wealth Blueprint we...
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COO Chris Ragland Discusses the “Why” Behind Choosing to Partner with US Capital

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Noble Capital Partners with US Capital to Launch New Signature Fund. Choosing a strategic partner is never easy. The relationship will become an extension of our core business. We will each represent one another as we would ourselves. These relationships allow us to focus on new areas of growth and expansion, comfort in the knowledge that the other one can support the other in their greatest area of need. For Noble Capital and our network of private lenders, that need was in compliance, diversification, scalability, and access. We wanted to find a partner that would not only take us to the...
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Mudbugs, Birthdays and Kids… Its ALL About the Kids

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“I’m so full,” “It’s cold outside,” “Where is Grady?” were just a few of the things that you would have heard had you been at Gumbo’s on the Lake on Saturday, April 22nd. Along with 100 of our closest clients, friends, and family, we all gathered to celebrate the company’s 15 year anniversary. The abnormally brisk and rainy spring weather did not stand a chance to the sunny faces and high energy at the company’s first ever Crawfish Boil. This long awaited crawfish boil proved to be a very memorable one abundant with food, drink and socializing. While new memories...
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With added diversification, Private Lenders migrate to Noble Capital’s Signature Fund

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With the launch of Noble’s Signature Fund, we have seen an immediate shift in our daily conversations with new investors. Instead of participating in our traditional loan syndication program, investors are quickly recognizing the additional diversification they receive through the fund, effectively lowering their risk for the same type of returns. As a result, there has been added emphasis on conversations surrounding fund management, asset allocation, and reporting. One of the features that many of our clients are not aware of, however, is the ability to contribute existing loans (in good standing) into the fund directly as equity as opposed...
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Approaching March 1st Deadline – Watch Video to Learn About Upcoming Changes

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As a reminder, all changes regarding Noble Capital’s investment offerings will become effective on March 1st, 2017. If you were unable to attend one of our informational workshops, we encourage you to watch the above video to learn which investment vehicle is right for you. It’s important to know that Noble Capital’s investment offerings will now require you to verify that you are an “Accredited Investor”. If you are not sure how to verify your Accreditation Status click here. These changes are exciting to us and they be should exciting to you as well. One of the biggest changes is...
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The Market is Changing, and We Are Prepared. By Romney Navarro

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Entering the New Year many economists believe that the real estate sector will have to do a lot of the heavy lifting to boost the US economy. Though most local, regional and national real estate markets have returned to health since the housing bubble, the real estate industry has not been the main driver in the US’s economic recovery that began in mid-2009 – we can thank consumer spending for that. For the real estate market, this is good news because historically the country has relied heavily on its performance to pave the way for the economy. A few things...
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