A business loan can help you grow your business in many ways. You may need funds to buy more inventory, remodel your building, or upgrade your equipment. Getting a small business loan can be tricky, however. The amount of money you can receive is largely based on how successful your business is because banks want to know that they are reasonably investing in your ability to pay them back. Here are ways you can increase your chances of getting a small business loan.
8 October 2015
If you don't have the best credit and you are in need of some fast money, then you may want to think about getting yourself a payday loan. These loans can be a great thing for someone with a low credit score, or no credit at all. They allow you to get a loan quickly with very little criteria. You can learn about the process of getting a payday loan in this article, as well as educate yourself on the best way to approach this type of loan.
6 October 2015
When your child calls from jail asking for help with bail, your first reaction is probably to panic. If you haven't had to deal with the legal system before, you probably don't know where to start or what to expect. Here's what you should know about posting bail or getting a bail bond to get your son or daughter out of jail. Bail Amount Bail amounts are unpredictable because the judge can take circumstances such as financial means and ties to the community into account when setting bail.
5 October 2015
As a small construction company owner, renting or purchasing certain construction equipment can help you get your work done. However, it can be easy to make mistakes that affect your company's finances. Here are some things to remember when buying or leasing construction equipment. Talk to Your Accountant There are pros and cons to buying construction equipment, but there are also pros and cons for leasing equipment. While you may have an idea of what you want to do, a visit to your business accountant is in order.
1 October 2015
When the credit report comes back, you discover that you are in for bad news. The car buyer actually has very bad credit. In this situation, you may still find yourself wondering if you should extend credit to your customer or if you can persuade one of your creditors to offer a loan to your customer. There are some ethical ways that you can still sell a car to a customer with bad credit who needs a loan, without exposing yourself or your creditors to excessive risk if your customer defaults on the loan.
25 September 2015