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Effective HOA governance for board members

Many volunteer Board of Directors know the challenging responsibilities of managing a condominium/homeowner association. Staying on top of board duties and balancing work and family life can become difficult for some members. This is akin to running a…

Lending Insights

10 financial fitness tips for home buyers in 2020

You may be looking forward to a new home purchase or refinancing your existing mortgage. So being financially fit is more important than ever. Consider this a personal training session, with tips to help you put your best foot forward when approaching…

Business Banking Insights

Ensure a healthy business with cash flow planning

Is your cash flowing through your business like a well-oiled machine? No matter the size of your business, paying attention to your cash flow is a must. Business owners have so many priorities tugging at their time that it can be easy to focus on the…

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Ready to apply for a business loan?

As part of Webster Bank's Specialty Banking Team, I have the pleasure of working with a great mix of clients; some entrepreneurs are just starting out, while others are 'seasoned' borrowers. In any case, securing financing for your business start-up or…

Gregory Gould
Business Banking Insights

Transition planning for small business owners

Most business owners have spent most of their life building their business and not so much time figuring out who will take over when it's time to slow down. Transition planning requires careful thought as to who will lead the company you worked so…

Gregory Gould
Business Banking Insights

Keeping your business relevant in changing times

Change happens quickly in the business world, and to remain competitive, you must embrace it. To keep up, your business needs to be equipped to handle obstacles as they come your way. And most importantly, you must ensure that your clients' needs are…

Gregory Gould
Business Banking Insights

Small businesses: a fresh perspective on short- and long-term success.

As a small business owner, you balance the ability to quickly solve short-term problems while realizing long-term goals. That’s why we’d like to offer a new perspective on your goals for the coming year: Don’t plan for 12 months. Plan for 18.

Gregory Gould