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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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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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An Introduction to Equipment Financing: What You Should Know

Regardless of what your business does exactly, it will probably require equipment. Nearly all businesses have at least some type of equipment. Common examples of business-related equipment include vehicles, furniture, machines, forklifts, appliances and material handling devices. Business-related equipment, though, isn’t cheap. Some businesses spend tens of thousands of dollars — or even hundreds of…

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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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5 Things to Consider When Applying for a Working Capital Loan

Does your business need additional money to carry out its day-to-day operations? From payroll and rent to inventory and equipment, your business is bound to incur expenses. With a working capital loan, however, you can pay for these expenses so that your business’s operations remain uninterrupted. Working capital loans are a form of debt financing…

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An Introduction to Debt Consolidation Loans for Businesses

How much debt does your business have? Debt isn’t limited to consumers. Many businesses carry debt as well. A study conducted by Experian — one of the country’s leading credit bureaus — found that small businesses have nearly $200,000 of debt on average. Whether your business has more or less debt, however, you might be…

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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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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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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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Credit Card vs Line of Credit: What’s the Difference?

Many businesses use credit to pay for expenses associated with their operations. Credit, of course, is the ability to borrow money. It comes with the obligation of repayment. When you use credit to finance your business, you’ll have to repay the financial institution. Not all forms of credit are the same, however. There are credit…

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