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bridge loan vs mezzanine loan

Bridge Loan vs Mezzanine Loan

Bridge loans and mezzanine loans are two common financing options available for small businesses and entrepreneurs. They are both used for short-term financing, offering immediate cash when you need it most. However, there are also some key differences between a bridge loan vs mezzanine loan. So, let’s dive into the differences between these loan types…

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hard money vs soft money

Hard Money vs Soft Money: What’s the Difference?

There’s a great deal of confusion regarding the terms, “Hard Money vs Soft Money”. Some people assume that hard money is simply cash on hand, while soft money is cash on paper, however, this isn’t necessarily true. Instead, these terms are used to refer to money that is loaned and used for a specific purpose….

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angel funding vs venture capital

Angel Funding vs Venture Capital

Are you in need of capital to fund your business idea? One of the biggest challenges faced by entrepreneurs is securing funding. Unless you have a proven record of success, you may struggle to obtain funding. But without funds, you can’t necessarily run a successful business, so it’s somewhat of a catch 22. The good…

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rollover as a business startup

Pros and Cons of Rollover as a Business Startup

Attaining funding is one of the biggest challenges faced by entrepreneurs seeking to start their own business. Without capital, you may struggle to turn your vision of a profitable business into a reality. While there are dozens of funding options for small businesses, one of the lesser-known as rollover as a business startup (ROBS). The…

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how to manage cash flow

How to Manage Cash Flow for Your Business

Poorly managed cash flow is one of the most common reasons why small businesses fail. The term “cash flow” refers to money moving in and out of a business. The sale of goods and services, for instance, yields a positive cash flow, while business expenditures, overhead, payroll and loan payments yields a negative cash flow….

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