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Business Loan vs Merchant Cash Advance: What’s the Difference?

Choosing the right financing solution for your business is undoubtedly important. Nearly all businesses need some type of financing. While you can always get a business loan, though, another financing solution to consider is a merchant cash advance. Business loans are more common, but merchant cash advances offer their own benefits. To determine which financing…

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The Pros and Cons of a Secured Line of Credit

If you’re thinking about using a secured line of credit to finance your business’s operations, you might be wondering what advantages and disadvantages it offers. Many businesses use a secured line of credit. Rather than obtaining a loan, they’ll seek a line of credit from a bank or alternative lender. What are the pros and…

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An Introduction to Company Buy-Backs and How They Work

Company buy-backs have become increasingly common. While some companies issue dividends to reward shareholders with a portion of their profits, others buy back some of their shares. If you own a publicly traded company, you might be wondering whether a company buy-back is a smart decision. To learn more about company buy-backs and how they…

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5 Common Business Loan Myths Debunked

A loan is one of the most common ways in which businesses finance their operations. All businesses require capital. Whether you’re trying to get your new business up and running, or if you have an established business, you’ll need capital to perform its operations. A business loan will allow you to borrow money from a…

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Loan-to-Value (LTV) Ratio for Hard Money Loans: What You Should Know

Are you thinking about using a hard money loan to finance your business? Whether you’re a property developer, a real estate “flipper” or simply a real estate investor, hard money loans offer an attractive alternative to traditional bank loans. You don’t have to worry about credit. Because they are secured by real property, hard money…

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Working Capital vs Net Working Capital: What’s the Difference?

Working capital and net working capital are two common financial terms used in accounting. Whether you’re trying to obtain a loan for your business, or if you’re simply hoping to improve your business’s cash flow, you may want to evaluate your business’s working capital and net working capital. Doing so will give you a better…

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5 Reasons to Consider a Stock Buyback

Are you thinking about buying back some of your business’s stock from shareholders? Known as a stock buyback, it’s a common financial strategy used by countless businesses. Whether your business is private or publically traded, it probably has shareholders. With a stock buyback, you can reclaim some of these shares. Stock buybacks offer several benefits,…

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How to Obtain Late-Stage Financing for Your Business

Startups aren’t the only businesses that need financing. Late-stage businesses often require financing as well. With extra capital on hand, they can enter new markets, develop new products and refine their operations. If you’re thinking about obtaining late-stage financing for your business, though, there are a few things you should know. How to Obtain Late-Stage…

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What Is Purchasing Order Financing?

Traditional bank loans aren’t the only way in which you can finance your business. If your business accepts purchase orders from its customers or clients, you may want to consider purchasing order financing. Purchase order financing is an alternative form of financing that, as the name suggests, revolves around purchase orders. What is purchase order…

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How to Prepare Your Business for Rising Interest Rates

In response to COVID-19, the Federal Reserve took decisive action to support the U.S. economy. In addition to buying bonds from banks, it slashed the federal funds rate to just 0.25%. The federal funds rate, of course, represents the interest rate that banks are allowed to charge. A low federal funds rate makes borrowing money…

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The Beginner’s Guide to Factoring Loans and How They Work

A traditional bank loan isn’t the only way in which you can finance your business. There are alternative financing solutions available, one of which is a factoring loan. Factoring loans have become increasingly popular. If your business has accounts receivables, you may want to consider a factoring loan. It can provide your business with the…

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How to Improve Your Business’s Balance Sheet

Is your business’s balance sheet in disarray? Regardless of the size of your business, or the industry in which it works, you may want to use a balance sheet to track its financial health. Balance sheets, of course, are accounting documents that list all of a business’s assets, liabilities and shareholders’ equity for a given…

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