Hiring employees is one of the most impactful decision business owners will make. While good hires can positively impact cash flow, there is always a ramp-up period in which your business will need to meet payroll.
As a small business owner, how do you prepare effectively for retirement? You’ve probably been advised to save regularly and make wise personal investments – two important leverage points, no doubt.
When applying for a business loan, lenders will consider a number of different indicators of your creditworthiness. Because hard credit pulls can make it harder to get approved in the near-term future, it is important to make an informed decision when deciding how to apply for a small business loan.
Small business loans are the primary source of growth funding for businesses. While equity financing can be a part of the puzzle, it takes longer to source, is less predictable, and can prove to be more expensive than a loan as your company scales.
Business loans are the most common type of financing for small business owners. The simple question to ask yourself when deciding if a loan is right for you is, “Will this loan drive more revenue growth than the repayment cost?”
When a fellow investor was apparently unhappy with the answer of the entrepreneur pitching his company’s funding need, I found myself asking my compadre for clarification to his previous question (something the small business owner probably should have done, when all is said and done).
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