Lenders like Wells Fargo and Chase are very good for servicing the needs of established businesses; they support things like checking accounts, small business loans and merchant accounts very effectively once you have established your business and developed a good track record. As an “A” credit you will get the best rates up to a.. read more →

25 May 2017
May 25, 2017

Revenue Anticipation Loans

0 Comment

When a business owner decides he or she needs a business loan often their first thought is a bank. However, for many small businesses conventional bank loans are not an option and SBA loans require collateral and a history of profitability and often take several months from application to funding. Additionally, if the business and/or.. read more →

18 May 2017
May 18, 2017

Don’t Give Away the Farm

0 Comment

Inevitably, whether you are an independent sales rep, service provider or make your own products, someone is going to ask you for a “finders’ fee” or a “referral fee” when they refer new business to you. A finders’ fee is typically given to an intermediate person who leads you to new business which you would.. read more →

Every vendor, manufacturer, distributor, dealer or business which sells equipment to another business (B2B sales) can benefit from having an equipment leasing company or finance company as a strategic partner. As a vendor, the goal is to make the purchase of your products as easy as possible; the purchase activity is the last step in.. read more →

At a recent equipment financing and equipment leasing trade show we polled over 125 business owners with a short survey and had various discussions with numerous willing participants. Our main question was simple; if you borrowed $100,000 for your business, what is the dollar amount of interest you would be willing to pay back assuming.. read more →