Business Financing

To be eligible for a loan from a U.S. Small Business Administration-approved lender, you need to meet a lot of standardized criteria – all of them listed on the SBA’s website. However, you’ll need to […]

Business credit cards are commonly used as a source of small business financing. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, 65% of small businesses use credit cards to fund their budgets, at least partially. There […]

It seems that West Coast business owners live in a different country than most others – one with year-round sunshine and organic products aplenty. If you want to see whether you could fit in that […]

As a small business owner, it’s important to understand the distinction between “secured” and “unsecured” when searching for financing. Secured business loans A secured business loans means that you need to offer collateral alongside your […]

Last week, we covered an appearance that OnDeck CEO Noah Breslow made on MSNBC, discussing how business owners can prepare before they apply for a loan. This week, we detail another set of tips he […]

As a business owner, it’s important to understand the difference between your personal credit score and your business credit score. Personal credit is what you build by showing trustworthiness when it comes to paying your […]

While applying for a direct loan is faster and requires less paperwork than applying for a traditional loan, it’s important to still be prepared. Noah Breslow, CEO of OnDeck, sat down with MSNBC to discuss […]

In recent years, the number of accredited angel investors has risen sharply, providing many new financing opportunities for business owners. What is an angel investment? An angel investment comes from a specific affluent individual and […]

Small business owners have many options when it comes to financing. We have previously discussed peer-to-peer lending, business lines of credit, and merchant cash advances, to name a few. So what is receivables financing? What […]