At one time, small business financing was difficult, requiring a great credit score, excellent income, and a history of being in business. Getting a loan would need a significant amount of financial information, going back and forth with the...
Finding the right way to finance your working capital is the first and often most important step to taking advantage of short-term opportunities. This is especially true of public facing businesses like retail operations, restaurants, and entertainment venues because...
Cash flow management is a perennial challenge to companies operating on invoice financing, and solving that challenge is usually the key to opening up a business's potential for growth. While there are some differences to models of invoicing, they...
Real estate investing is a unique business. It takes some getting used to, but once you have gotten the hang of it, it can be incredibly lucrative and exciting over time. Many first time investors may be unsure where to...
It’s something many people dream of doing and work towards for many years. It’s a common refrain: I don’t want to spend my life working for someone else, I want to run my own business. Starting and running your...
When trying to find the best way to finance a business, there can be many different things to think about. Not only do you need to do your research, but you need to weigh your options as well. For...
When investors are looking into buying a property with the intention to fix it up and sell it for a profit, the types of funding available are different than with just a traditional home mortgage loan. You don't want...
Supporting local businesses can be a great way to invest in the success of your community. Of course, most people have to choose who to support. Beyond selecting businesses with great products and services, many people want to help...
Whether you intend to open a new business, or already operate an estabilshed one, it is likely you will require outside financing for some aspect of your business. Major expenses — like opening a second location, hiring new employees,...
The need for capital is a constant when operating a small business, particularly (if not exclusively) at the outset. Starting costs are high, and unless you have access to substantial amounts of cash, it is likely you may need...