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Equipment financing refers to a loan used to purchase business-related equipment, such as a restaurant oven, a vehicle or a copier scanner. Equipment loans provide for periodic payments that include interest and principal over a fixed term.

SBA is Offering Free Grants for Business Owners!

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SBA Has Grants If Your Business Was Negatively Impacted Due to the Coronavirus. Emergency business funding is now available if your business has been negatively impacted due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Congress recently passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act to assist small businesses around the country. They were able to create two programs specifically for companies with less than 500 employees. Unlike the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) which has the ability to forgive the loan,  Who Read More


Keep Your Employees, Use the SBA Stimulus Program!

Use the SBA Stimulus Program

Keep that “open” sign out and hold on to your employees! You might want to learn about the new SBA programs that are available to most small businesses around the country! Our Government worked hard on creating a stimulus program that will help small businesses during this trying time. Of the $2 trillion dollar stimulus program, there is almost $350 billion dollars that is designated for small businesses.  Who will qualify for these new stimulus programs from the SBA? Depending Read More


What Industries Will Thrive When We All Go Back to Work?

What Industries Will Thrive When We All Go Back to Work

In early March 2020, America was experiencing some of the lowest unemployment rates the country had seen in decades, coupled with a thriving stock market. While economists had predicted an economic decline for 2020 for a year or more, no one expected a pandemic would be the cause. In just a matter of weeks, the stock market crashed, and millions of Americans filed for unemployment or sought bad credit business loans to keep their livelihoods afloat. Despite this, some businesses are thriving, while Read More


5 Ways to Preserve Capital During Slow Times

Ways to Preserve Capital During Slow Times

During slow times, many businesses focus on preserving capital rather than taking out bad credit business loans (although loans can still be a smart option). However, the emphasis is usually on asking for rent relief and putting a hold on vehicle insurance. Here’s a look at these two approaches and three other ways to save money. 1. Ask Your Landlord for Rent Relief Communicate with your landlord sooner rather than later about rent relief. Landlords appreciate having the time to think through Read More


The 6 Top Construction Equipment Loans for Bad Credit 2020

Construction Equipment Loans for Bad Credit

A construction equipment loan is a great way to obtain the capital you need to purchase the equipment for your business. However, if your credit is that great, you may fear that a loan is out of your reach. Fortunately, some lenders recognize unforeseen circumstances that can blemish the credit of even the most promising small business owner. These are six of the best options for bad credit business loans. 1. Overall Top Option for a Construction Equipment Loan  Small business Read More


How To Manage Cash Flow for Construction Projects

Manage Cash Flow for Construction Projects

Working with a construction equipment loan provider plays a crucial role in managing cash flow. However, this is only one piece of a complex puzzle. Without proper cash flow management, companies may struggle to complete projects on time and within budget. Delays and change orders also cost money, which may affect company profits and client satisfaction. 1. Research Your Client The general advice in construction is for clients to double-check that contractors are bonded, licensed, and insured. However, construction companies Read More


Equipment Financing: How Does It Work?

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Think of construction equipment financing as a type of business loan. With this approach, a business does not have to make perpetual lease payments on equipment or tie up precious cash to purchase expensive equipment outright. For example, suppose you’re doing construction equipment financing. It lets your construction business obtain bulldozers, mini-excavators, dump trucks, motor graders, and other pieces of equipment right away without having to pay the full cost of each item immediately. This type of financing is a Read More


Is Business Equipment Financing Right for Your Business?

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Equipment financing is a popular option for obtaining the capital needed for business essentials. It offers many benefits for large corporations and small businesses alike. Is it the right choice for your company? Here are a few advantages that can help you decide: • Financing for businesses with poor credit • Flexibility for buying the equipment you want • Tax benefits for your business • Payment options that adapt to your cash flow • Large capital amounts for big-ticket items Read More


The Ultimate Guide to Trailer Financing

Trucking can be a profitable business to get into — but getting started in this industry? That takes resources. Financing and funding to kickstart or expand your trailer business ought to play a central role in your strategy. Prior to making a decision, know that buying tractor-trailers are expensive. Manning, equipping, and maintaining an entire fleet of them can be difficult, especially when you’re just starting out. Fortunately, there are designated truck, trailer, and equipment financing options that can help. Read More


Understanding Factor Rate and How it Determines Your Business Loan Repayment Plan

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Unlike personal loans and mortgages, equipment financing/leasing doesn’t account for an interest rate or APR.  Instead, the amount of interest you’ll end up paying is calculated using a method called factor rate. A factor rate — is essentially “interest”, but calculated at the outset of the loan and spread across your payments throughout the borrowing period. This type of financing is beneficial for your businesses in two ways:  First, because it allows you to pay a consistent, predictable payment for Read More