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Hard Money Loan vs Bridge Loan: What’s the Difference?

When searching for short-term financing for your business, you’ll probably come across hard money loans and bridge loans. In recent years, they’ve become increasingly popular alternatives to traditional bank loans. As a result, many business owners assume that hard money loans and bridge loans are the same. While similar, though, there are a few notable…

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Why Your Small Business Should Accept Credit Card Payments

As a small business owner, you might be reluctant to accept credit card payment from customers because of the added transaction fee. While fees vary, it’s not uncommon for businesses to pay 1.5% to 3% per credit card transaction. Cash transactions, on the other hand, won’t charge your small business a fee. With that said,…

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The Beginner’s Guide to Hard Money Loans

Have you heard of hard money loans? In recent years, they’ve become an increasingly popular form of business financing. From small businesses to Fortune 500 companies, many entrepreneurs use hard money loans to finance their business’s operations. Unless you’re familiar with hard money loans, though, you might be skeptical of using them. After all, there…

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Are Bridge Loans Useful for Real Estate Investors?

If you’re a real estate investor, you might be wondering a bridge loan is a useful funding method for your business. While bridge loans are frequently used by consumers when buying and moving into a new home, they’ve become particularly popular among real estate investors. Whether you’re flipping real estate or looking to secure rental…

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What Does Liquidity Mean in Business?

Liquidity can affect a business’s ability to carry out its operations by improving or restricting the ease at which it can secure cash. Businesses with strong liquidity will have an easier time securing cash to fund their operations than businesses with poor liquidity. So, what does liquidity mean in business and how does it work?…

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What is Accounts Receivable?

Not all businesses require customers to pay immediately when purchasing a product or service. Some businesses allow customers to pay after they’ve made a purchase. Known as accounts receivable, it’s an internal form of credit in which a business sells a product or service to a customer under the agreement that the customer will pay…

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How to Value a Business – The Basics of Company Valuations

With an estimated value of $926 billion, Apple currently ranks as the most valuable business in the world, followed closely by Amazon at $777 billion. While these two companies are great success stories with gigantic valuations, each business has its own value. Understanding how business value is calculated can be confusing, especially for small business…

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What is a Non-Recourse Loan?

When searching for ways to fund a business, you may come across a non-recourse loan. Offered by banks and private lenders, non-recourse loans have become a popular funding vehicle used by businesses of all shapes and sizes. Like all funding vehicles, non-recourse loans have both advantages and disadvantages. Therefore, it’s important for business owners and…

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What is Business Funding?

Are you planning to launch a new business? If so, you’ll probably require some type of funding to transform your idea into reality. While no two businesses have the same exact funding needs, one survey found that most small businesses start with $5,000 to $10,000. Whether you require more or less financing, you should explore…

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Need Funding for a Business? Here’s How Startup Funding Works

Starting a business requires more than just skills and motivation; it also requires money. According to a study cited by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), entrepreneurs spend an average of $30,000 to get their new business off the ground. So, if you’re thinking about starting your own company and need funding for a business,…

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What is VC Funding? Venture Capital Basics

For all of the entrepreneurs and startups out there that are searching for a way to fund a new business, VC funding may be a great option. With traditional bank-issued business loans being difficult to acquire these days, an alternative funding option is venture capital (VC). So, what is VC funding and how does it…

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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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