Monthly Archives: November 2016

How to Budget for Seasonality in Your Business

No matter how different businesses are, there is one common trend that all business face. Over the life of the business, every business will experience highs and every business will experience lows. The journey of owning a business has often been compared to riding a roller coaster; You’ll go up, down, upside down, left and…

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Tax Write Off Tips

Making loan payments can sometimes be a struggle, but it does have its perks. You can write off the loan interest you’ve paid over the year on your taxes. Below are the types of loans for which you can write off the interest payments when it comes time to file your taxes. Business Loan Interest…

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How to Finance Your Franchise

If you’re considering fnance options for a franchise opportunity, the best initial step is to take a personal inventory of your resources first, before deciding on which financing path to take.  Once you’ve done this and figured out how much money you are going to need, there are many options and strategies you can use to…

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Why You Should Apply for a Loan Before You Need It

You may not need funding for your business right this moment, but when it comes to financing your business, it pays to be a couple steps ahead. Why? Because the best time to apply for a loan for your business, or seek other financing, is before you actually need it. This might not make sense at first,…

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Can you Really Improve Your Credit Score in One Year?

  If you’re getting ready to take on a new loan, then your first move should be to check your credit score and determine if lenders will find you trustworthy. If you unfortunately find a hurting credit score, you may be wondering what the next steps are. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to improve…

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Refinancing Short-Term Debt with Short-Term Debt: The Good and The Bad

  Whether you’re just starting a business or moving a new product to market, it’s crucial to keep your money flowing. A common way to do this is to take out a loan to finance the purchases and operations of your business. Short-term loans are an increasingly popular way to do this, especially for those who…

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