As the end of the year approaches, small business owners begin to anticipate the additional hours and stress involved in tax preparation. The anxiety of this season can be considerably lessened if you get ready for it ahead of...
Among the most important choices that business owners make when starting out is which corporate structure to adopt for their company. Several factors come into play while contemplating this decision, including whether you work alone or with partners and...
Most small businesses typically find themselves in need of financial assistance at some stage of their growth, and many of these consider loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration. Instead of directly providing loans, the SBA offers guarantees for...
At some point entrepreneurs inevitably need funding for their companies. However, misinformation online has left many small business owners unaware of the alternative lending options available to them. In fact, if you conduct sufficient research, organize your materials, and...
Small businesses may find it risky to take on a long-term business loan. But when you're purchasing real estate or making another large investment, business term loans may make sense. Here's what you should know. Why Choose a Long-Term Loan? Business...
Asset-based lending provides financing for your business, usually in the form of revolving lines of credit, using company assets as collateral. This form of financing is common with small and mid-sized businesses experiencing rapid growth. The most common collateral...
Unsecured business lines of credit can be extremely handy for entrepreneurs, especially when cash flow is a little spotty, or if unexpected expenses seem to occur frequently. Unlike a term loan, which is acquired in a lump sum to...
You are running a business that needs to have equipment, but you may not have enough capital available to buy that equipment currently. This tends to leave you with two options – equipment financing and equipment leasing. Both of...