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May

9

May 9 , 2012 | Posted by admin |

Is the Economy Really Slowing Down?

According to the most recent reports small business lendingslipped in March a (supposed) sign that companies are losing confidence in the economy. This has triggered some rather negative remarks about economic recovery from the naysayers of the industry. In turn this has caused downturns in the markets. Per an interview

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Is the Economy Really Slowing Down?admin 9:32 am October 8th, 2017

May

2

May 2 , 2012 | Posted by admin |

Bank Loans vs. Alternate Lending Institutions

With the country going through its worst financial crisis of the last 70 years, it’s not so easy for small businessesto obtain bank loans. Having said that, there are bank loans that are still available. You’ll just have to work harder to get one.   The sad truth is that

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Bank Loans vs. Alternate Lending Institutionsadmin 9:09 am October 8th, 2017

Apr

23

April 23 , 2012 | Posted by admin |

Credit Unions – The Small Business Lenders of the Future?

Banks are vigorously opposed to the lifting of the cap because they feel that they are at a disadvantage to credit unions, which don’t have to pay federal taxes or are not subject to certain regulations. The banks are concerned that they will be losing business to the credit unions even as

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Credit Unions – The Small Business Lenders of the Future?admin 7:37 pm October 8th, 2017

Apr

12

Business Owners Still Have Access To Working Capital!

As a business owner it must feel like you are starting from scratch all over again. Trying to keep afloat absorbs all of your time.  Without a steady flow of new income it’s hard to expand. Income = Capital. Your business isn’t going anywhere without a boost from additional income.

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Business Owners Still Have Access To Working Capital!admin 10:42 pm October 8th, 2017

Apr

4

How Safe Is Your Credit Card Processor?

Third Party Payment Handler’s System Breached – How Safe Are We? The credit card industry was stunned last week by news that data from as many as 10 million credit cards had been misappropriated by cyber thugs. Visa and MasterCard rushed to allay the fears of the potential 1.5 million

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How Safe Is Your Credit Card Processor?admin 3:24 am October 8th, 2017

Mar

29

Rates on the Rise for Small Business Owners

The Latest Challenge – Rising Interest Rates   Until more recently, the Feds have been keeping the interest rates at an all-time low. Lately we have seen those numbers, those outside of the control of the Fed, beginning to creep back up again. Should we worry?   According to Fed

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Rates on the Rise for Small Business Ownersadmin 7:08 pm October 8th, 2017

Mar

26

Starting Up and Operating a Restaurant

Can you take the heat in starting up and operating a restaurant?   Despite the economy, those who spend the day on the job don’t want to spend an evening in the kitchen. An increasing number of consumers either want to dine out or take prepared food home. The number

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Starting Up and Operating a Restaurantadmin 4:26 pm October 8th, 2017

Mar

21

Bank Alternative to Small Business Lending

Bank Loans vs. Alternate Lending Institutions   With the country going through its worst financial crisis of the last 70 years, it’s not so easy for small businesses to obtain bank loans. Having said that, there are bank loans that are still available. You’ll just have to work harder to

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Bank Alternative to Small Business Lendingadmin 6:27 am October 8th, 2017

Mar

12

Borrowing after Bankruptcy for Small Business Owners

Borrowing after Bankruptcy for Small Business Owners If you’re business bankruptcy has recently been discharged, most lenders still consider your business a high risk. Depending on the type of bankruptcy, your personal credit might have been affected negatively as well. To help get your business back on track, you may

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Borrowing after Bankruptcy for Small Business Ownersadmin 8:09 pm October 8th, 2017

Mar

6

Guide to Small Business Borrowing, Part 2

Overview Part Two We continue from part one. Part One broke down what it takes to borrow, build business credit, how the approval and funding processes work. Part two will discuss the cost of borrowing, risks, terms and repayment structures.   Cost of borrowing: How much should I pay for

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Guide to Small Business Borrowing, Part 2admin 12:29 am October 8th, 2017