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

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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’

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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

New Opportunities for Existing Small Businesses: SBA Brings Back 504 Refinancing Program

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Small businesses looking to refinance their business’s real estate will have another option to do so starting on June 24 if they qualify. The SBA is bringing back its 504 refinancing and loan program originally implemented as part of the 2010 Jobs Act, but this time as a permanent measure.