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February 14, 2018

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5 Things Colocation Does for a Small Business

November 7, 2013

Colocation services have become one of the fastest growing trends in business. This service, which provides data storage and other IT related services to companies of all sizes, has been found to be safer and more reliable than cloud storage. At a time when all data is critical to the survival of a business, how […]

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How a DUI can Affect Your Ability to Get a Small Business Loan

September 21, 2012

A driving under the influence charge, or DUI, is a much more serious matter than many individuals realize. The license suspension and fines are significant, along with the possibility of incarceration. It is important to remember that driving under the influence is a criminal charge, and it may be necessary to pursue expunging the record […]

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The Debt Ceiling and Its Impact on Small Business

August 3, 2011

  No matter which television news network you watch, you’ll be certain to hear heated discussions about the nation’s debt ceiling. Though there has been some agreement, the latest proposed bill must still weave its way through Congress. While politicians, journalists, financial experts and government pundits are all weighing in on the discussion, it gets […]

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How Business Loan Rates are Determined

October 3, 2010

Have you applied at multiple lenders for a small business loan? Were you wondering exactly what they use for criteria to determine what the rates and terms will be? You’ve probably already figured out that a prime rate is a non-existent number when it comes to business financing, so how exactly do the banks know […]

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First Time Business Loan | 9 Things You Need to Know Before Applying

February 26, 2010

So you have decided to start a business and get a loan for the first time, congratulations! All you need to do now is find some cash to get your new business off the ground. If this is your first-time business loan adventure, go through this 10 step guide. Learn what you need to know […]

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Will Microloans Help Small Business Create Jobs?

February 23, 2010

The President has championed opening doors for small businesses, with job creation being the highest priority. For many owners,  access to capital is a challenge. Small businesses find themselves in need of loans to cover their routine operating cost. Would free up working capital encourage companies to hiring new employees and expand payroll?

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Bankers Survey Reveals if the Obama $30 Billion Plan Will Work

February 10, 2010

The Senior Loan Officer Opinion Survey on Bank Lending Practices Gives Insight If The Obama’s $30 Billion Small Business Plan Will Work. The latest survey sheds some light on the current condition of the lending industry. What it reviles is a decline in demand for commercial real estate loans and an increase in loan standards.

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SBA Funding | $55 Billion in financing activity expected

February 2, 2010

The Small Business Administration Fiscal Year 2011 budget will support $55 billion in lending through the 7(a) program. The SBA knows that capital will help stabilize the current economic conditions, $39 billion well be able to be supported in loan activity. With loan repayments, total expected credit activity could be as high as $55 billion. […]

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How to get a SBA Microloan | United States should take a lesson from China

January 26, 2010

China’s central bank recently requested more Microloans to the rural community in China. The reason is that it would spur growth in the most impoverished areas of the country. Is the Small Business Administration doing everything it can to get small loans into the hands of business owners in the United States? Microloans or Micro […]

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