Square Capital is an easy-to-understand, convenient loan product for Square borrowers. Although the fees can be a little expensive, they’re still generally comparable to or better than those of its competitors.
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If you’ve been searching the internet for information about equipment leasing, you’ve probably run into a wall of industry jargon. Between captive lessors, capital leases, equipment financing agreements, and references to Section 179, the terminology can get pretty opaque. This is especially true when it comes to TRAC leases. If you’ve ever wondered what the TRAC lease is, how it works, or even just what the acronym stands for, you’ve come to the right place.
Whether you’re paving a road or writing software, sooner or later you’re going to need to buy, upgrade, or replace your business-related equipment. Unless you’re lucky enough to have a lot of cash on hand, the costs of doing so out of pocket may prove prohibitive. If you don’t have the luxury of waiting, you’ll need to seek financing. When that happens, you should consider an equipment loan.
Chances are, if you’re running a business, you’ll need equipment, whether it takes the form of chairs, registers, or pile drivers. Purchasing these items may require more cash than you have on hand, forcing you to take out a loan. On the other hand, purchasing equipment that becomes obsolete quickly often doesn’t make sense, fiscally. […]
To repay your loan in a timely manner, it’s important to know whether or not your payments are fixed or variable, how often you have to repay, and how repayments are made. In this post, we’ll break down all the elements involved in paying back a business loan.
Searching for the perfect loan for your small business can seem like a daunting and confusing task. From merchant cash advances to lines of credit, there are many types of business loans available; all work a little differently, with each charging different costs and fees during the application and borrowing process. The most effective way to get […]
In danger of defaulting on your small business loan? Find out what might happen and what steps you can take to make sure your loan stays current.
An APR (Annual Percentage Rate) is the actual total cost of a loan over the course of one year. It isn’t just the interest rate, it’s the interest rate plus any fees that come with the loan.