Category Archives: Small Business Cash Flow

Loans For Clothing Stores

Clothing stores are an extremely volatile industry. They must deal with seasonal changes every few months and plan ahead accordingly. Loans for clothing stores are available to help them with planning inventory and or to help alleviate an immediate problem.

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Couple with second location of thriving business

Are you ready for a second location?

Maybe business is thriving, and you’ve been thinking “hmmm, maybe it’s time for a second location…”.  While expanding is awesome, let’s go through the things you need in place to expand. How is business? This seems like a no-brainer but

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What can you use working capital for?

As a business owner, you know that sometimes in order to grow you need more funding than is available in the checking account. Reasons vary as to what a business may need the funding for, but we wanted to highlight

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Funding Options for Women-Owned Businesses

If you remember all the back to two weeks ago, we talked a lot about encouraging women to start businesses and presented some super cool stats from the SBA. What I found in my research for that piece was that

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New Hire Costs / SBA Loans

Market Research, New Hire Costs, SBA Loans, Oh My

What do an SBA Loan, market research, and new hire costs have to do with one another? Well, everything really.   Earlier this month we talked a lot about all these things, individually. Now, let’s discuss how they all work

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3 Ways to Reduce New Hire Costs

It’s no secret that new hires in your company can cost a pretty penny. The average cost of a new hire hovers in the $5k range, according to Glassdoor.  Now, if you have multiple positions to fill, this cost can

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Financial Risks When Starting a Business

The reason we started with knowing your financial risk is because it is one of the first things a business owner should be concerned with during every stage of their business journey. The excitement of starting a business can make

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Small Business is America

Shifting Culture and Spending Impact the lives of your local community. More and more shoppers patronize brick and mortar businesses, the local small businesses that are more affordable than established big businesses. And according to 2012 poll by Public Affairs Council,  “Small business is

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Shutdown Over – Now What?

U.S Congress ends default thread and the debt bill is signed. Shutdown over. Unfortunately this is only a temporary fix. It funds our government until mid-January raising the debt ceiling until 7th of February. Shutdown Over – Are We Good? Good

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Fast Funding For Today’s Retailers

Retail stores of all kinds throughout the country find themselves in need of capital for various reasons. Some retailers need fast funding due to down times in seasonality, to buy inventory, for expansion, or just to make pay roll. Regardless

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