How can you get the startup funds you need when most banks won’t touch you with a ten-foot pole? Check out these lenders that issue business loans with no credit check.
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Small business financing is notoriously difficult to procure. Most bank loans require that the applicant have stellar credit and 2+ years in business—and even then, there’s no guarantee you’ll get a loan, especially if you’re applying with a large bank. According to Biz2Credit, big banks approved just 27.3% of all small business loan requests in […]
Whether starting a business or taking an existing business to the next level, there comes a time when every business owner considers applying for a business loan. If you’re a small business owner, however, you know difficult it can be to qualify — perhaps you’ve even taken steps to apply for a loan only to […]
It’s nearly impossible to run a small business without incurring debt. In a perfect world, you’d be able to fund all of your expenses yourself and still have profits in your bank account. For small business owners, this often isn’t the case. Loans, credit cards, and other financial products are used to pay everything from […]
Obtaining financing can be a significant hurdle when starting or expanding a business, but this is particularly true for women. While comprising nearly a third of small business owners, women receive less than one sixth of all business loans. Why is this? How can you get around lending bias and procure a business loan for […]
OnDeck and Kabbage both offer funding opportunities for business owners that are seeking extra capital. Each lender has its own benefits and drawbacks, so it’s important to carefully evaluate your options and determine which loan will yield the best return on investment and better fit the needs of your business.
So, what is equity crowdfunding, anyway? Let’s start with the term “crowdfunding.” If you’re only loosely familiar with the concept, you might think of GoFundMe’s brand of medical and charitable crowdfunding. You may also think of rewards-based crowdfunding platforms like Kickstarter and Patreon in which entrepreneurs and artists solicit funds from backers in exchange for […]
The crowdfunding industry continues to grow and expand as a means of soliciting donations, product sales, and investments. It’s only natural that nonprofit organizations are looking to get into the crowdfunding game too. In taking advantage of a crowdfunding platform’s fundraising and social media tools, nonprofits can bring their message to a much wider (not […]
By now, if you keep up with developments in the business world (or if you’ve had to raise funds for a loved one in need), you’re likely familiar with crowdfunding giants like Kickstarter (see our review), Indiegogo (see our review), Patreon (see our review), and GoFundMe (see our review). The biggest crowdfunding platforms also tend to […]
For a people who revere startup culture and the idea that one can bootstrap one’s way to business success, we seem to prefer the TV version to the real thing — especially as of late. It turns out that new business creation recently approached its 40-year low. Banks are retaining their Great Recession-era tight-fistedness and the […]