Archive: 2013

Many new entrepreneurs start out their ventures with poor credit, often because they have not yet had time to develop a business credit history. And without a good credit profile, it can be really tough in today’s economy to get a traditional bank loan for a new business. Fortunately there are several options for fledging companies that can provide some initial funding. For some firms, a business credit card may supply necessary financing, at least until a better score can be established. A business […]

Having poor credit can make securing business financing very difficult, although not impossible. For those facing this challenge, one potential option is the merchant cash advance (MCA).

U.S. military veterans will have an easier time borrowing money for their businesses during the next year, thanks to a reduction in fees from the Small Business Administration.

Once you secure your funding, it’s time to decide what loan terms are best for your company. There are at least four different types of commercial loans to consider.

Crowdfunding groups raised $2.66 billion for companies and individuals in 2012 and it is projected that they will raise $5.1 billion in 2013. With all that cash floating around, it’s time to find out if crowdfunding is right for your business venture.

Businesses need working capital in order to get them through their operating cycles, but figuring out just how much is needed can be tricky.

When it comes to business loans, the borrower’s credit score is often the first thing lenders look at to determine whether to make the loan.

Start-up companies looking for an injection of cash and perhaps some mentoring can often find a good fit in an angel investor.

A commercial mortgage loan is designed to help business owners or investors buy real estate connected with their business place of work, but commercial mortgages can be used for many other purposes beyond simply buying an office building. They can help you with virtually all your business’ physical space needs.