Equipment finance is one of several options available to businesses seeking start up or growth capital. It is a highly attractive finance option because it can provide exactly what a business needs in...
What many people think of a small business, they have these visions of an independent entrepreneur who is crafting a finely made product, happily working away doing something fulfilling with their lif...
The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor suggests that 20% of new businesses in the United States fail in the first year (Barringer and Ireland, 2006). The most common reason for business failure is insuff...
This business financing strategy article will describe the importance of avoiding "problem commercial lenders". The article will NOT name specific lenders to avoid, but key examples will be provided t...
Business owners are likely to be distressed when a business loan application is turned down and will be unsure as to why it took place and how to avoid a similar problem again. For each of the five pr...
Buying a business opportunity is likely to be an extremely challenging task when arranging the business loan. This is largely due to the usual lack of commercial property as collateral for the busines...
The goal of corporate finance is to raise sufficient capital at the least cost for the level of risk that management is willing to live with. The risk is that a business will not be able to service th...
A business loan to buy a business involving either golf courses or funeral homes is among the most difficult commercial mortgage scenarios. Golf course financing and funeral home financing involve spe...
There was a time when banks and conventional lending institutions cornered the market on providing financial services for small businesses. Those days are long gone, as new choices such as equipment l...
At the root of many successful businesses is an effective cash flow structure that is able to manage accounts receivable and lending against receivables. Cash flow management is vital to the profitabi...