Monthly Archives: December 2011
Today, we will provide some pro and con arguments for whether we should get rid of the SBA. As a quick historical fact, the Small Business Administration was created in 1953 for the purpose of strengthening America’s economy by strengthening … Continue reading
A small business cash advance, also referred to as a merchant account advance, is a way you can sell your future credit card sales to a third party. We’ll explain how these work, in today’s article.
What do you do if your company has a sudden emergency, and you don’t have the funds to pay for it? Hopefully, this never happens to you, and you have appropriate emergency provisions in place. However, if it does, there … Continue reading
In our current economy, there is a trend to avoid taking on debt of any kind. Indeed, this trend has not missed the market for business lines of credit. We’ll discuss some of the implications and reasons behind this trend, … Continue reading
What is a business line of credit, and how does it work? Should you get one for your company, or are you better off without one? We’ll outline how business lines of credit work, in today’s article.