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What Is Corporate Venturing?

Have you heard of corporate venturing? It’s become an increasingly common way for small, early-stage companies to acquire financing. Most companies, of course, aren’t immediately profitable after opening their doors to customers. It takes companies an average of two to four years before they realize profits. With corporate venturing, however, small and early-stage companies can…

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LLC vs PLLC: What’s the Difference Between These 2 Business Structures?

When researching some of the different business structures, you may encounter limited liability companies (LLCs) and professional limited liability companies (PLLCs). In addition to S-corps and C-corps, they are the two of the most common business structures used in the United States. LLCs and PLLCs aren’t the same, however. They are two unique business structures…

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How Does a Business Line of Credit Work?

Money is essential when running a business. No matter what types of products or services your business sells, its success is dependent upon cashflow. With money, you can buy inventory, equipment, machines, advertising, and you can hire employees. Fortunately, there are a variety of financing options available, one of which is a business line of…

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Recourse vs Non-Recourse Loans: What’s the Difference?

Loans are one of the most common forms of financing for businesses. Whether you own a startup in its early stages of operation or a well-established commercial enterprise, you can finance your business with a loan. When evaluating your loan options, though, you may come across recourse loans and non-recourse loans. While they are forms…

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The Pros and Cons of Term Loans

Term loans are a common financing vehicle for businesses. If you need money to finance your business, a term loan might offer a solution. All term loans are characterized by a fixed repayment period. When you acquire a term loan, you’ll have to repay it within a specific amount of time. This length of time…

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What Is an SBA Microloan and How Does It Work?

The Small Business Administration (SBA) has several financing programs that are designed to help entrepreneurs start and run their own small businesses, one of which is the Microloan Program. Originally launched in the early 1990s, it’s helped countless small businesses achieve success. If you’re thinking about applying for an SBA Microloan, though, you might be…

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5 Things You Need to Do Before Applying for a Business Loan

Are you planning to apply for a business loan? Loans offer a convenient and easy form of financing. When you obtain a loan, you’ll get money with which you can use to finance your business’s operations. Whether you’re applying for a loan from a bank or private lender, though, there are a few things you…

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Reverse Merger vs Initial Public Offering (IPO)

Going public is one of the most common, as well as effective, ways for companies to raise capital. All companies have stock shares. When a company goes public, it will offer some of its stock shares to the public. Investors and traders can buy the company’s stock shares, thus giving the company money to grow….

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What Are the Benefits of Mezzanine Financing?

Have you heard of mezzanine financing? It’s a unique form of business financing that combines the properties of debt and equity financing. Real estate companies, for example, often use mezzanine financing to secure money for the purchase of new properties. Other businesses use mezzanine financing as well. Regardless of your business, though, you might be…

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Is a Line of Credit Right for Your Business?

Countless businesses use credit lines to finance their operations. It’s a form of debt financing that involves borrowing money from a bank or financial institution. Regardless of how much you borrow, you’ll have to pay it back. While a line of credit can provide your business with immediate money to cover short-term expenses, there are…

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Initial Public Offering (IPO) vs Direct Listing: What’s the Difference?

Selling stock shares is one of the primary ways in which companies raise capital. All companies have stock shares. It’s a form of equity that denotes ownership. To raise capital, companies can sell some of their stock shares to investors. There are different ways to execute these stock transactions, however. Some companies perform an initial…

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An Introduction to Working Capital Loans

Money is the fuel that drives your business’s operations. Different businesses have different financial needs. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), micro-sized businesses need about $3,000 to get up and running, whereas medium-sized businesses at least $5,000. Regardless, all businesses need money to finance their operations. Fortunately, there are several types of loans…

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