While your chances of obtaining a merchant advance are far greater than securing a small business loan, there still is the possibility of rejection. A merchant cash advance isn’t for every business. Here’s some advice you can follow to help make sure your small business qualifies.
Have you ever checked your smartphone while with a customer or negotiating with suppliers? If you think your small business couldn’t survive without smartphones, tablets, or mobile apps, it may be time for a reality check
U.S. job growth showed strong, positive signs as 2013 drew to a close, indicating that small business owners are more confident in economic recovery. Is your small business prepared financially for growth in 2014? Will you be able to add jobs along with the rest of the small business service sector?
When the Federal government shut down on October 1, 2013, “non-essential federal employees” were furloughed—meaning they could not go in to work. And while many Americans don’t necessarily feel that effect on a day-to-day basis, small business owners who were considering SBA loans will definitely see the impact.
There’s a lot of press out there about merchant cash advances – both good and bad. One of the biggest factors that may determine if a merchant cash advance is good for your business is being educated about the product. There are many types or merchant cash advances with slightly different features. As a business owner, you need to understand … Read More
A merchant cash advance is an excellent alternative funding source to add to your current mix of loans, lines of credits, credit cards and personal financing. Businesses like them because of the simplicity in securing capital. Capital advance providers typically don’t ask for a business plan, and they usually do not require collateral. Your credit score does not have to … Read More