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February 20 , 2017 |

Machinery Leasing

Those of you who are successful in your business might find that growth is a reality that you should face. Your business is only going to be as successful as it is large. Small shops small clients. Often people are put in the all too familiar place of being able to afford little bits and pieces and not the large capital required to grow to a large enough size to become a franchise.

February 20 , 2017 |

Spring Cleaning

The lull of winter is finally coming to a close, and with it comes the hope and promise of a productive Spring. As a business owner, you should always be looking for opportunities to revitalize your company, and there is no better time to do this than as the warm weather approaches. Here are a number of ways that you can breathe new life into your company and set your organization up for an incredibly productive Spring season.

March 9 , 2015 |

Brighten Up Your Business This Spring with Working Capital

Spring Funding

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 utilize this flexible type of financing.
Spring time signals a fresh start for many businesses. Here are some ways you can breath some life into your business this spring:

February 12 , 2015 |

Business Owners Seek Working Capital Loans to Cover Tax Dues

Working Capital For 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 an increased number of randomized audits on small businesses this year. Mismatching income to 1099 totals, significantly higher expenses, and self-prepared tax returns, are the types of red-flags the IRS will be looking out for.


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


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 investing into their businesses again and that spells big out competition for those unwilling to follow suit.


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.



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 find themselves in big trouble.