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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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The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Has Ended. Now What?

The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) has officially come to a close. As of May 31, 2021, lenders are no longer accepting applications for PPP loans. Now that the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has ended the PPP, you might be wondering what alternative financing options are available for your business. The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)…

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Private Lending vs a PPP Loan: What’s the Difference?

You don’t have to tap into your personal savings account or credit cards to finance your business. While using personal funds is always an option, there are alternative ways to get money for your business, including private lending or a Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan. Unless you’re familiar with them, you might be wondering how…

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what is an angel investor

What Is an Angel Investor?

While traditional debt-based bank loans are one of the better-known ways to fund a business, there are many other funding solutions for businesses seeking funding, including angel investors. According to a recent report, more than 300,000 angel investors and 400 angel investment firms operate in the United States, making it one of the most popular…

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what is private capital

What Is Private Capital?

Private capital is a type of a funding method in which a business receives funding or credit from a private lender. The defining characteristic of private capital is that it comes from a private company (hence the name). It does not come from a government-based institution like the Small Business Administration (SBA) or a bank….

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How to Get a Free Credit Report

When was the last time that you checked your credit history? Whether you are applying for a business loan, a credit card, a home mortgage, etc., lenders will typically scrutinize your credit to determine if you are a suitable candidate. Today we’ll take a closer look at how to get a free credit report, so…

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how to fund a business with bad credit

How to Fund a Business with Bad Credit

It’s frustrating when you apply for a bank loan to fund your business, only to be rejected. While banks scrutinize many factors when determining an applicant’s candidacy for a loan, one of the most influential is credit history. If an applicant has good credit with a history of paying bills on time and managing debt…

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What is Private Funding for Businesses? How Does it Work?

When searching for ways to fund your business, you’ll probably come across the terms “private capital” or “private funding”. Many successful entrepreneurs have used these funding options to transform their vision of a profitable business into a reality. Let’s take a closer look at what is private funding for businesses, how it works, and where…

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how to get private funding for a business

How to Get Private Funding for a Business

Funding is one of the biggest challenges faced by entrepreneurs looking to start their own business. Whether it’s a retail store, restaurant, landscaping or business-to-business (B2B) services, all businesses need capital to get up and running. While the amount of capital varies depending on numerous factors, a recent survey conducted by Intuit found that 64%…

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How to Raise Private Capital for Real Estate Ventures?

Whether you’re a developer, property manager or house “flipper,” you’ll most likely require capital to fund your real estate venture. All businesses require some upfront capital, but real estate is particularly capital-heavy. Without capital, you won’t be able to buy or fix up properties. Today we’ll take a look at how to raise private capital…

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what is an acquisition

What is an Acquisition and How Do They Work?

With many big-name mergers and acquisitions taking place in the corporate world these days, we are often asked, what is an acquisition and how do acquisitions work? A corporate acquisition occurs when a company buys more than 50% of another publicly traded company’s stock; thus, “acquiring” the company while gaining decision-making authority in the process….

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balance sheet vs income statement

Balance Sheet vs Income Statement

Balance sheets and income statements are two fundamental tools used in financial accounting. Using these tools, business owners can see the overall value of their business and its assets. However, a balance sheet differs from an income statement in several ways. To learn more about balance sheet vs income statement and the nuances distinguishing them…

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