Get Over Your Cash Flow Strain With Equipment Leaseback Financing

Whether it’s because you desire to change location or move on to a new venture, closing down your commercial storefront can be a stressful time. Opportunities exist, however, for cash flow despite the fact that the doors of your...

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Property Investments: The Benefits Of Using Conduit Loans 

Though there is definitely some inherent risk involved, especially when the economy is struggling, the real estate industry can be financially lucrative to the entrepreneurial-minded person. Purchasing different types of properties and either renovating them and selling them for...

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How Working Capital Loans Can Help Your Small Business

A working capital loan allows you to borrow against the capital you have in your business so you can access this tied up money now. This type of loan is great if you have a temporary situation where you...

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How Good Business Credit Makes a Difference

Having good business credit will benefit you in a variety of ways. You will inevitably require capital to operate a business. A solid credit history could make all the difference in terms of securing a business loan. Consider the...

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Entrepreneurs: Take the leap, Entrepreneurship Pays off

If you're a new entrepreneur who is concerned about launching a new business, there's new research that shows that taking the leap is less of a financial gamble that you might think. The University of California, Berkeley's Haas School...

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How to create a Cash Flow Analysis

The inflow and outflow of money into your business is considered its cash flow. Inflow might be from the sale of goods or services, loans, asset sales and lines of credit. Basically, how you get money. Outflow is your...

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Comparing Small Business Credit Cards Vs. Lines of Credit

Every business will tell you it takes a lot of money to open the doors. There are so many lending opportunities these days that it pays to look very closely at each one before making a decision. Here, we'll look...

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How to Sell Your Rental House

So you want to sell you rental house, but where do you start? The process can be confusing, especially if you have current tenants in the middle of a lease. Selling an unoccupied rental house is obviously easier; a vacant...

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