Archive: June 2014

Asset-based lending (ABL) is often a path to working capital for companies without the standard collateral required for bank loans.

While the process may seem complicated at times, SBA loans can provide very valuable capital to small businesses. Just be prepared to put in some time and persistence in order to realize the benefits.

With a bit of financial legwork, franchisees looking to expand and become multi-unit operators can get the needed funding and realize their dreams.

Unlike the residential mortgage where personal income is critical, the commercial debt service coverage ratio is measures the income created by the property.

How can you tell when it’s a good idea for your business to take on debt? Here is a little financial food for thought…

With the effects of global warming being felt all around us, it is no surprise that many businesses are turning to more environmentally-friendly practices and creating greener products for their customers.

Like buying a home before the home market hits new highs, buying a business before the economy is at full speed may offer a unique growth opportunity.

In the business world, venture capital is a highly sought-after commodity – outsiders willing to invest their own money into a growing company in exchange for equity or other compensation.

If you’re still using a personal credit card for your firm, here are some reasons signing up for a business credit account might make a big difference.