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Choosing an equipment leasing company can be a challenge. Read this informative article on how to choose the best equipment leasing company.
Explore these 23 best ways to build up some start-up capital for your new business venture.
SmartBiz and National Business Capital both promise to save time and headaches by allowing you to effectively apply to multiple lenders with a single application. Read the full comparison to find out which one is a better business financing option.
It might be hard for restaurants to get business financing — but it’s not impossible. Take a look at our favorite small business loans for restaurant owners and learn how to improve your chances of getting approved.
Merchant cash advances are often cited as quick, easy, and flexible financing options for small businesses. While bank loans can take months and have a high rejection rate, merchant cash advance applications only take a few days and are much more lenient about the businesses they’ll accept. However, while they can be perfect for certain […]
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Washington State is known both for its breathtaking typography and for being one of the biggest tech hubs in the nation (outside of Silicon Valley). With the Seattle metro area experiencing explosive growth, it’s a great time to be doing business in the Evergreen State. Of course, keeping a business running smoothly requires money — sometimes […]
California is the world’s 5th largest economy, making it one of the more exciting states in which to operate a business. The opportunities in the Golden State are vast, but so are the costs of opening and operating a small business. If you need financing in California, your problem won’t be finding prospective lenders — […]
Any financial agreement will be a trek into the frightening realm of legalese. For small business owners, this can be especially daunting. If you aren’t up on your jargon, you’re likely to run into some unfamiliar terms. One of the more ominous ones you may encounter is the confession of judgment. Is it as bad as it sounds? At the risk of spoiling the big reveal of this blog post, the answer is “yes.” While this post is no substitute for legal advice, we can provide some basic information about what a confession of judgment is, where you’re likely to encounter one, and whether it’s usually a good idea to sign one.