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Mar

9

Brighten Up Your Business This Spring with Working Capital

While there’s no such thing as a bad time for a working capital loan, the spring months might be our clients’ favorite time of year to take advantage of all that a working capital loan has to offer. In fact, there are hundreds of ways business owners are able to

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Brighten Up Your Business This Spring with Working Capitaladmin 7:06 pm October 8th, 2017

Feb

12

Business Owners Seek Working Capital Loans to Cover Tax Dues

  Believe it or not business owners, taxes will be due in just two months. It’s that time of year again, time to get financial and accounting paperwork ready for your 2014 filing. The IRS noted a few months ago [regarding 2014 tax season] that they will continue to perform

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Business Owners Seek Working Capital Loans to Cover Tax Duesadmin 10:51 pm October 8th, 2017

Dec

5

Top 3 Mistakes Among Business Owners Looking to Borrow

It’s not an easy world out there for business owners, especially when it comes to borrowing money for their business. We’ve compiled a list of the top three mistakes business owners make when looking to borrow money. Mistake #1: Borrowing After It’s Too Late Many Small Business owners make the common

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Top 3 Mistakes Among Business Owners Looking to Borrowadmin 7:40 pm October 8th, 2017

Sep

18

Small Businesses Hurry to Borrow Before End of 2014

With indicators pointing up including home sales, employment, and control of natural resources, the United States is beginning to rebound from the Great Recession. The lending industry has also seen an upward trend in applications as many small businesses are seeing profits rise. As a result, small business owners are

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Small Businesses Hurry to Borrow Before End of 2014admin 7:25 pm October 8th, 2017

Aug

12

FICO’s New Scoring Could Boost Your Credit Score

Most people know that their FICO score is the main factor that determines the rates that lenders are willing to offer from mortgage loans to credit card interest rates. But for some lucky individuals, their credit scores are about to increase. These changes are coming due to the rise in

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FICO’s New Scoring Could Boost Your Credit Scoreadmin 5:48 pm October 8th, 2017

Jul

1

The Patriotism of Entrepreneurship

  Over the past few years, the economy has been challenging. Americans have in one way or another felt the impact of the economic recession. As Nick Friedman from the Huffington Post puts it, “It is likewise our collective duty, as we continue down the road to recovery, to help

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The Patriotism of Entrepreneurshipadmin 6:10 pm October 8th, 2017

May

13

Celebrating National Small Business Week

National Small Business Week gives us a time to recognize and celebrate the American Small Business Owner and Entrepreneur spirit that our country is known for. Since our country’s inception, our economy has been build on mom-and-pop shops and start-up entrepreneurs.   Currently, the country’s 28 million small businesses create

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Celebrating National Small Business Weekadmin 5:52 pm October 8th, 2017

Apr

21

Data Breach: Coming to a Small Business Near You

Data Breaches, cyber attacks, and identity theft seem to be the hot topics in the news recently. Retailers such as Target and TJ Maxx have both been in the spotlight for security breaches, and experts say small business owners who don’t make protecting customers’ personal information a top priority could

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Data Breach: Coming to a Small Business Near Youadmin 10:15 pm October 8th, 2017

Apr

11

Federal Reserve Reports on Consumers’ Mobile Banking Trends

Mobile Banking has become the norm among consumers of all ages. With mobile banking, consumers can easily and conveniently check their purchase history online, transfer money, and compare prices.   The Federal Reserve recently backed up these trends with the release of their most current report on Mobile Financial Services. We’ve

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Federal Reserve Reports on Consumers’ Mobile Banking Trendsadmin 6:44 pm November 4th, 2017

Mar

31

Small Business Owners & the Minimum Wage Increase

The current federal minimum wage stands at about $7.25 an hour. But small business leaders joined the Senate this past week in an effort to increase the hourly wage to $10.10 an hour. In recent months, we’ve seen employees all over the country, protesting for a wage increase. At McDonalds

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Small Business Owners & the Minimum Wage Increaseadmin 8:36 pm October 8th, 2017

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