Bad Credit Loans Funding

Posted by Chris Curtin on Sep 28, 2015 in Business Tools | 0 comments |

Bad Credit Loans Funding

How to Get a Bad Credit Loans Funding For a small to medium enterprise (SME), obtaining a loan through traditional lenders, such as banks, can be a tedious and often unfruitful task simply because your company does not have the background or large transactions to prove interested to banks. However, if your business has terrible credit, receiving a loan through traditional lenders jumps from often unfruitful to nearly impossible. Instead, your company must turn to untraditional lenders who can help you obtain funding. A lender will gauge your...

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How a Receivable Loan Can Help Your Company

Posted by Chris Curtin on Apr 4, 2013 in Business Tools | 0 comments |

If you run a business that provides goods or services, you already know the difficulties that are waiting for your money can bring about. This is especially true for businesses that invoice their clients. Even in good times, certain companies wait 30, 60, or even 90 days before they receive payment. In some cases, the wait can be longer. These long delays can have a real effect on a company’s cash flow. It is even affecting its own ability to pay its bills and payroll. Problems in cash flow are when taking out a receivable loan can...

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Business Loan Startup Choices

Posted by Chris Curtin on Jun 29, 2012 in Business Loan, Business Tools, SBA Loans, Startup Financing | 0 comments |

Business Loan Startup Choices

What type Business Loans are available and how does an Entrepreneur make the best choice for their start-up situation? First, let’s look at the variables involved in your unique situation and give you a checklist to use: Startup Business Questions Are you starting a Retail or B2B/B2G Business? How much money do you need? Do you have any money to put down? How is your personal credit? Do You have any Direct Industry Experience? How soon do you project to be cash flow positive? Will your business be an importer or exporter? Let’s...

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