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All about term loans to finance a small business

Saturday, April 30th, 2016

Debt financing is money loaned to you or your business, for which the lender has a right to earn interest. Institutions, usually commercial banks and credit unions, lend a portion of the value of your business’ fixed assets. You can use this financing to buy inventory or additional fixed assets, or to help your business through […]

Using a line of credit to finance a small business

Saturday, April 23rd, 2016

Debt financing is money loaned to you or your business, for which the lender has a right to earn interest. Many small business turn to debt financing through commercial banks and credit unions. These institutions will lend a portion of the value of your business’ fixed assets. You can then use this financing to buy […]

Debt sources of financing for small businesses

Saturday, April 16th, 2016

Need some financing to help you start or grow your small business? Start here. Some novice entrepreneurs assume that their good credit rating, great relationship with their bank or banker, or previous car or mortgage loans means getting a loan for a new business should be simple. However, it’s not quite that easy. New businesses don’t […]

Entrepreneurship news: New funding pool for Canadian female entrepeneurs

Saturday, August 1st, 2015

Canadian companies SheEO and Freshbooks have created Act of Radical Generosity, a new initiative that aims to “dramatically transform how we support, finance and celebrate female entrepreneurs.”

Developing a financial resource plan for your small business

Saturday, November 26th, 2011

Learn how to develop a financial resource plan to raise capital for your small business.

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