Traditional Lending: A Big Risk for Businesses

Traditional lending used to be the “go to” solution for businesses. Loans offered everything from startup money to growth capital and everything in between. In recent years, traditional lending channels have marginalized businesses, and placed more risk in the...

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Loan Turndowns and Viable Financing Options

Loan turndowns are not unusual for new and small businesses. Traditional loans have prohibitively high accessibility requirements, pushing many businesses to the sidelines when they need capital the most. When your business is turned down for a loan, what...

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Medical Practices: The Advantages of Owning Equipment

Frequently, medical practices mull over whether it is more financially sound to lease equipment instead of purchasing equipment to own. The truth is that many medical practices are short-changing themselves by leasing equipment, and closing doors to financing options...

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Growing Your Business after the Holiday Season

Many businesses in the United States see an increase in sales during this last month of the year. In fact, many businesses depend on this push in order to act on growth opportunities during the following year. But instead...

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Budget Friendly Financing for Your Business

For businesses trying to adhere to a budget, taking out large loans and cash advances can flip finances upside down. This can be especially true for new and small businesses, as well as for those in the healthcare industry....

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Purchasing Supplies and Materials for Large and Unexpected Orders

Sales and customer orders are wonderful, but every once in a while an order comes through that requires supplies or raw materials that you simply do not have on hand. A loan would take too long to process, and...

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Turning Your Inventory into a Renewable Source of Funding

Manufacturers, retailer, pharmacies, import/export companies and more have sizable inventories. After all, selling those products is what generates revenue and boosts cash flow. However, relying on sales doesn’t always satisfy the need for working capital, especially when internal costs...

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Cash Advances Are Causing Big Headaches for the Healthcare Industry

From small practices to large healthcare centers and hospitals, finding a source of working capital can be challenging. Among the myriad options claiming to be debt-free, cash advances can seem very attractive. However, the true nature of cash advances...

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Letting Business Owners Get More of a Say in Financing

Many business owners feel that once the put in for a loan application, they are no longer in control of the outcome. Giving business owners more of a say in how their financing sources are structured could lead to...

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Inflation Pushes Businesses to Seek Funding Alternatives

The economy is booming, unemployment is low, and businesses are poised for growth. However, the Fed is adjusting for potential inflation threats by raising the interest rates on loans. Just this past month, interest rates were hiked for the...

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