Archive for March, 2020

  • 7 Ways to Use a Small Business Line of Credit

    As a small business or start-up, having capital will determine whether you survive and grow. Your business must be able to cope with changes, especially during growth or a period of unsteady cash flow. Securing a business line of credit is one way for your small business to get access to the money needed for […]

    Posted at March 22, 2020 » By : » Categories : Business Funding »
  • Starting a Business and the 13 Most Commonly Asked Questions

    If you’ve got a great idea for a business, you’re halfway there to starting a business. Starting your own successful business doesn’t have to be hard. If you’ve got the right people around you and a game-changing idea, you should be able to get it off the ground relatively quickly. That doesn’t mean you aren’t […]

    Posted at March 22, 2020 » By : » Categories : Starting a Business »
  • Should You Trust Online Business Lenders?

    How many times have you thought about searching for business lenders and applying for a business loan online? If you’re like most people, then it must be countless times. The online lending industry has grown massively in the last few years, and it has changed the way businesses seek funding. Of course, as a business […]

    Posted at March 22, 2020 » By : » Categories : Business Funding,Business Management »
  • The Downsides of Getting a Merchant Cash Advance (MCA)

    As a business owner, wouldn’t it be great to have access to immediate capital even if you might not have the best credit score? There is a solution for you, called a merchant cash advance. But be advised these cash advances come with some hefty downfalls. All businesses need working capital to be able to […]

    Posted at March 11, 2020 » By : » Categories : Business Funding,Business Management »
  • Business Line of Credit Requirements and How To Apply

    When you are trying to take your business to the next level, it’s important that you give yourself the tools that will help it grow. The Small Business Administration (SBA) says that within two years of opening their doors, some 30 percent of companies fail. Plenty of companies with great ideas and promise aren’t able […]

    Posted at March 4, 2020 » By : » Categories : Business Funding »