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debt, a four letter word
Debt can truly be a four-letter word, especially to a small business owner. On the contrary, it can also be a practical decision when running a small business. As a business owner, taking on debt can be a good move as long as it occurs under the right circumstances. This means taking on healthy debt....
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Secure vs. Unsecured Loans
Are you a small business owner in search of financing? Remember, loans and other financing methods fall under two main categories: secured and unsecured debt. And it is important to know the difference between the two. Unsecured Lenders issue these funds to borrowers based on a promise to repay and creditworthiness. This is how a...
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It’s not uncommon for any small business to experience financial hardships. When this happens, many business owners consider different methods of financing. There are several options available and it can be hard to find the best option for your business. Not all of these options are easily attainable. Here is a look at creditworthiness, one...
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Debt. It can be an ugly truth. Initially, it is easy to deny or minimize the impact it has on your business. The truth is, the longer you are in denial, the more debt you accumulate. Never underestimate how much you owe. Here are 4 signs of debt denial.   Taking on more debt This...
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Every business has some form of debt, but it can easily get out of control. When your business suffers from debt, it can take a toll on your quality of life. Although money cannot necessarily by happiness, it allows our businesses to stay afloat and prosper. On the other hand, debt puts pressure on your...
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Using a business credit card can be a huge convenience for small business owners when used wisely and responsibly. Business credit cards are a source of quick capital and provide an easy way of tracking business expenses. While business credit cards do have many advantages, there are disadvantages to consider before applying for one. Here is...
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business holiday checklist
If your small business is struggling to meet its financial obligations this holiday, you might be looking for some debt relief advice. Remember, you’re not alone. Every year, thousands of American small business owners find themselves in, sometimes, desperate financial straits. Read more and find out how to get your business ready for the holiday...
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Myth No.1: I can negotiate with credit card companies myself. The truth is, having an experienced negotiator on your side can help. At American Finasco, most of our clients have told us this familiar story. When they call a credit card company to try to negotiate a balance themselves, the credit card companies have a...
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Unlike a loan, a Merchant Cash Advance is not assigned an annual percentage rate. Instead, you pay a factor rate. The factor rate is conveyed as a decimal point and it is the amount that you agree to repay to the advance provider. Although the fee can vary, it is usually between 1.3 and 1.7. The...
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Do you find yourself stuck in a Merchant Cash Advance(MCA) that you cannot pay? Does this sound like you? You took a $25,000 business cash advance for six months. The person selling this to you made it sound easy stating your payments as “just $250 a day.” But, even with your business savvy skills, you...
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