4 Questions to Always Ask Before You Take A Capital Advance

Ed JobCapital Advance, Small Business FinancingLeave a Comment

Most small business owners are familiar with the capital advance product. Emails, calls and even snail mail offers happen regularly as part of the ordinary course of operating your business. Recently, you may have seen articles in the news that highlighted specific practices of some providers of capital advances. You know there are dozens of companies who offer a capital … Read More

Three Great Options for Medical Practice Financing

Steve O'Connor2018 Trends, Alternative Financing, Business Credit, Business Working Capital, Capital Advance, UncategorizedLeave a Comment

If you’re a doctor on the lookout for business financing, it can be tricky to sort through all the noise. Just about every website pitches loans that promise they’re the one—the perfect fit for your medical practice. But, even after all those years of training in their field, most doctors don’t have a good sense of where to start on … Read More

Why You Shouldn’t Pay for So-Called ‘Business Debt Relief’

Steve O'Connor2017 Trends, Business Operations, Capital Advance, Customer Service, Fraud and Security, Info, News, Small Business Financing, Small Business Trends, Women Owned BusinessesLeave a Comment

Debt Relief

As an entrepreneur, you’re well aware that even a solid business plan and a great product won’t protect you completely from unexpected downturns. Markets change, your costs can rise — and suddenly, you’re struggling to meet your obligations. This is when you may start noticing sales pitches from companies that offer a quick and easy solution to your stress. Here’s … Read More

Why Communication with your Funding Provider is Important

Steve O'ConnorAlternative Financing, Bank Loans, Business Working Capital, Capital Advance, Customer Service, Small Business FinancingLeave a Comment

Good communication between two parties is always important, especially when dealing with sensitive topics—like money. It is important for both parties to be on the same page and in sync with each other to avoid any miscommunication. Business Owners that used to  borrow  from banks increasingly turn to alternative capital  providers to fund their business dreams. These non-traditional providers allow … Read More

5 Reasons Why a Capital Advance Is Better Than a Salon Loan

Steve O'Connor2017 Trends, Capital Advance, Salon loanLeave a Comment

Don’t hamper the chances of your salon making it by buying into the myth that a business loan is going to take better care of you than a capital advance. For any small business, especially a salon, it’s crucial to have some capital to work with, as you’re vulnerable to unexpected price hikes in products, fluxes in client traffic, and … Read More

How to Protect Your Business When Small Business Loan Payments are a Challenge.

Ed JobBank Loans, Capital Advance, Cashflow, Funding Options, Info, News, Small Business FinancingLeave a Comment

Working capital is the lifeblood of small businesses.  As the credit gap remains a reality for SMBs in America, the market for capital is still robust.  Business owners are increasingly active in evaluating various capital products from advances to invoice factoring to loans.  But sometimes taking on new capital comes with unexpected challenges. What happens if your business has trouble … Read More

Why You Shouldn’t Pay for ‘Debt Relief’

Steve O'Connor2017 Trends, Business Operations, Capital Advance, Customer Service, Fraud and Security, Info, News, Small Business Financing, Small Business Trends, Women Owned BusinessesLeave a Comment

Debt Relief

As an entrepreneur, you’re well aware that even a solid business plan and a great product won’t protect you completely from unexpected downturns. Markets change, your costs can rise — and suddenly, you’re struggling to meet your obligations. This is when you may start noticing sales pitches from companies that offer a quick and easy solution to your stress. Here’s … Read More

Women-Owned Small Businesses Continue to Grow, But There’s a Catch…

Lindsey CampbellCapital Advance, Funding Options, Women in Business, Women Owned BusinessesLeave a Comment

Small businesses that are owned by women continually succeed in revenue and earnings generated, but still struggle to grow at the same rate as their male-owned counterparts. The presence of the gender gap in small businesses is felt, as it much harder for women entrepreneurs to gain the necessary capital to expand their businesses.