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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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What Is a Gatekeeper in Business Financing?

You can’t grow your business without capital. All businesses need capital to expand their operations and, ultimately, become profitable. While you can always seek financing from a bank, you may want to consider partnering with a gatekeeper. Gatekeepers hold the metaphorical keys to financing solutions. They can help you obtain capital with which to finance…

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Refinancing vs Consolidating Business Debt: What’s the Difference?

How much debt does your business have? According to an Experian study, the average small business has nearly $200,000 of debt. Medium- and large-sized businesses, of course, typically owe more money to lenders and creditors. While debt is common when running a business, it can have a significant and negative impact on profitability. If your…

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The Beginner’s Guide to Mezzanine Financing

When researching alternative ways to finance your business, you may come across mezzanine financing. There are mezzanine loans that you can use to cover your business’s expenses. They are offered by banks and private lenders. Mezzanine loans, however, aren’t the same as traditional business loans. They feature characteristics of both equity and debt financing vehicles….

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What Is Acquisition Financing and How Does It Work?

Does your business have its eyes set on acquiring another business? Acquisitions have become increasingly common. In 2020, there were over 10,000 mergers and acquisitions (M&As) executed among U.S. businesses. While you can always use your business’s own capital to acquire another business, you may want to seek financing for it. Fortunately, acquisition financing is…

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The Pros and Cons of Using a Microloan to Finance Your Business

Is your business in need of financing? While you can always apply for a traditional loan from a bank or alternative lender, you may want to consider a microloan. Microloans live up to their namesake by consisting of small amounts of money. Assuming your business doesn’t need to borrow a substantial amount of money, a…

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Business Plan vs Marketing Plan: What’s the Difference?

You can’t expect the win the confidence of investors unless you prepare the right documents. Investors are highly selective when choosing businesses in which to invest. If they believe your business is poised to grow and succeed, they may offer to purchase an ownership stake in it. You’ll have an easier time winning investors’ confidence…

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Merger vs Acquisition: What’s the Difference?

The terms “merger” and “acquisition” are often used interchangeably when referring to the combination of two businesses. Ownership of a business, of course, is typically represented in stock shares. A business can merge with or acquire another business by purchasing shares of its stock. Mergers and acquisitions aren’t the same, however. There are a few…

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