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SBA Revises Disaster Loan Process for Small Businesses during Virus Outbreak

In the wake of the U.S. Federal Government’s announcement of distributing $50 billion in low-interest Disaster Assistance Loans through the SBA to offsetrecent challenges, the SBA revisited its loan processes to provide a more efficient means of getting funding approved and in the hands of borrowers. Available for small businesses and non-profits, this is positive…

Posted on: April 6th 9:30 am

Government-Assisted Loans: Is There Such a Thing?

While the Federal U.S. Government doesn’t dole out grants for startups or businesses looking to expand operations, it does provide many loan programs to provide support if you want to start your own business or wish to further grow your existing one. For example, if your business is having difficulties qualifying for a traditional small…

Posted on: March 16th 9:30 am

Four Combined Tips to Secure a Loan for your Business

Contrary to popular belief, traditional banks and other financial lenders want to do business with your company. Yet, receiving a business loan and actually getting one approved are, unfortunately, two different mindsets. So, as a small business, (or any type of business for that matter) what is required to get the funding your business needs?…

Posted on: March 2nd 9:30 am

Understanding the Basics of Commercial Construction Loans

Renovations or new construction projects from the ground up can run hundreds of thousands – if not millions – of dollars. Short of having a bottomless bank account or a handful of investors with deep pockets, commercial construction loans are available to potentially meet your expansion or renovation project. Different from say, a commercial mortgage…

Posted on: February 17th 9:30 am

Three Things You Should Know about Business Lines of Credit

A business line of credit is one of the more popular forms of accessing revenue to obtain cash flow concerns, purchase new equipment, or simply ramp up production to meet consumer demand for your business. Short term business loans, SBA loans, merchant cash advances (or any one of the several types of loans available) are…

Posted on: February 3rd 9:30 am

Understanding the Three Common Types of Working Capital Loans

Working capital is the nerve center of any small business. If there isn’t enough of it, your company may have a break down and over time, not be able to get up and running again. As there are a series of working capital loan options to bridge a financial gap or cover short-term operational needs,…

Posted on: January 20th 9:30 am

Is a PayPal Working Capital Loan Ideal for Your Small Business?

PayPal has evolved into a key player in the e-commerce game and with its established online loan program available for small businesses, are its services ideal, convenient, and “small business- friendly?” Considering PayPal Working Capital currently offers its financial services for small businesses in the US, UK, Australia, Germany, Mexico and just recently, Canada (for…

Posted on: January 6th 9:30 am

How to Create a Great Business Plan for a Commercial Loan

Among all the paper work, meetings with your direct lender, and invested time to get approved for a commercial business loan, your business plan is perhaps the first and most important step in efforts to receive the funds your business requires. Short of having an MBA from Harvard Business School or being a natural-born financial-whiz,…

Posted on: December 16th 9:30 am

What You Need to Know About Marketplace Lending

In the last 20-25 years, the internet has provided a plethora of lending options for borrowers of many types of businesses. While resorting to a direct lender for a short term business loan or other commercial loan, is still a viable option, marketplace lending has become more and more popular, providing a new means of…

Posted on: December 2nd 9:30 am

Applying for a Merchant Cash Advance? Know the Advantages and Disadvantages

There are several options for small business owners to resort to when funds are needed. Lines of credit, credit cards, short term business loans, bridge loans, even direct lenders and hard money loans are some of the most common. However, when these options are not available or you’re over extended, merchant cash advances are an…

Posted on: November 18th 9:30 am

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