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how to raise debt capital

How to Raise Debt Capital

There are three primary types of capital that businesses can generate: equity, debt and hybrid. Equity capital involves selling shares of your stock in exchange for real money, whereas debt capital involves taking on debt in exchange for real money. And as the name suggests, hybrid capital combines elements of both types, such as a…

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what are unsecured business loans

What are Unsecured Business Loans?

When seeking capital to fund your business, you may look towards a loan. Whether your business operates as an LLC, S-Corp or C-Corp, you may get approved for a loan if your business is financially healthy. However, there are several different types of business loans, one of which is an unsecured loan. Today we’ll take…

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how does an equipment lease buyback work

How Does an Equipment Lease Buyback Work?

Equipment plays a fundamental role in the success of many companies, especially construction companies. From bulldozers and excavators to forklifts and hydraulic power tools, construction companies rely on equipment such as this to perform their day-to-day operations. Along with the functional benefits it provides, equipment can also be a source of funding via a lease…

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how does mezzanine financing work

How Does Mezzanine Financing Work?

Not all financing options fall under the linear categories of debt or equity-based. A third type of financing is a hybrid that combines elements of both debt and equity-based financing. Mezzanine financing, for instance, is one such hybrid option for business owners to consider. So, how does mezzanine financing work, and is right for your…

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what is an acquisition

What is an Acquisition and How Do They Work?

With many big-name mergers and acquisitions taking place in the corporate world these days, we are often asked, what is an acquisition and how do acquisitions work? A corporate acquisition occurs when a company buys more than 50% of another publicly traded company’s stock; thus, “acquiring” the company while gaining decision-making authority in the process….

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how to get a line of credit

How to Get a Line of Credit for Your Business

Funding is an essential step in both launching and running a business. Without capital, business owners cannot pay for product inventory, employee wages, insurance premiums, overhead and countless other expenses. In fact, one major study conducted by a U.S. bank found that 82% of small businesses fail because of insufficient capital. While business owners can…

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what is a merger

What is a Merger and How Do they Work?

Not to be confused with an acquisition, a merger occurs when two or more companies decide to join forces and form an entirely new company. It’s not a hostile corporate takeover; rather, it’s a mutual agreement from which all parties benefit. By “merging” their operations, companies can eliminate competition, grow their business and more. To…

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how to get a hard money loan

How to Get a Hard Money Loan

If you need capital to fund your business and have the necessary assets, you should consider getting a hard money loan. This type of asset-based financing allows business owners and entrepreneurs to receive capital that’s secured by property. And because they use property as collateral, they are often easier to obtain than conventional debt-based loans….

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how to find investors

How to Find Investors for your Business

Financing is a common challenge faced by entrepreneurs and small business owners. Regardless of what type of business you plan on running, you’ll need money to turn it from a concept into a reality. Of course, you can always use your own personal funds, but this typically isn’t enough for most small businesses. Thankfully, there…

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balance sheet vs income statement

Balance Sheet vs Income Statement

Balance sheets and income statements are two fundamental tools used in financial accounting. Using these tools, business owners can see the overall value of their business and its assets. However, a balance sheet differs from an income statement in several ways. To learn more about balance sheet vs income statement and the nuances distinguishing them…

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debt capital vs equity capital

Debt Capital vs Equity Capital

Capital – when used in the context of running a business, it refers to the money a business needs in order to provide goods and services to its customers. Whether it’s a retail store, restaurant, professional photography, manufacturing, etc., all businesses need capital to operate. Granted, capital requirements vary from business to business depending on…

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unsecured vs secured loans

Unsecured vs Secured Loans: How These Funding Types Differ

Starting a new business typically requires at least some upfront monetary investment. There are two specific types types of loans for small businesses: unsecured vs secured loans. Both are viable options to consider when funding your business. However, unsecured and secured loans each have their own unique characteristics. ┬áSo, what’s the difference between these loan…

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