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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

Feb

28

Guide To Small Business Borrowing, Part 1

Overview Part One It’s not easy for small business owners to build a business, let alone a successful one.  But, with the economy on the upswing, many small business owners are now again thinking about making an investment in their future, be it for new equipment, human resources or for

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Guide To Small Business Borrowing, Part 1admin 10:50 pm October 8th, 2017

Feb

20

Another great year for us – Thank you!

Thank you for helping make 2011 the great year for us. As we continue to grow we want to remind small business owners that our funding sources are 100% privately funded, unlike hedge funds capital, restrictions requires them to stay within a certain parameters. By allowing us to stay open,

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Another great year for us – Thank you!admin 7:55 am October 8th, 2017

Feb

20

How Important is Personal Guarantee to you?

No Personal Guarantee Working Capital   Misconceptions about the difference between business cash advance, business loans and the personal guarantee. Business cash advance financing versus small business loan have similarities but only in their approval process and funding process, consequently, differ in many ways.   Business cash advance is a

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How Important is Personal Guarantee to you?admin 6:58 am October 8th, 2017

Feb

14

Understanding Business Credit Cards

Understanding Business Credit Cards for Small Business Owners Banks are still hesitant to lend to small businesses with less than stellar credit, although they are making more loans available to those with pristine scores. These institutions are, though, now trying to woo small business with credit card offers. Is this

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Understanding Business Credit Cardsadmin 12:17 am October 8th, 2017

Feb

13

February 13 , 2012 | Posted by admin |

Continued Success for 2012

Thank you for helping make 2011 a really great year for us. As we continue to add financial products, we want to remind small business owners that our sources are 100% privately funded, unlike hedge fund capital sources, which have restrictions that limit their lending capabilities. Because we can remain

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Continued Success for 2012admin 11:10 pm October 8th, 2017

Feb

4

Understanding office equipment lease

Small business owners have been putting off upgrading or replacing equipment, machinery that there might be some pent up demand for leasing equipment in the coming years. Leasing has become the common practice to acquire equipment. Since 2008, equipment leasing has fallen significantly.  Researched done by the U.S. Small Business

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Understanding office equipment leaseadmin 8:54 am October 8th, 2017