Transparency can make or break a relationship, including relationships between banks and small businesses. Jeff Stibel joins an esteemed panel of financial experts and explains the importance of establishing a strong, quantitative business credit profile, as well as establishing your credibility, in building a relationship with a bank. Many times, it is an established relationship with a […]
Should you apply for a balance transfer credit card to lower your business expenses? How a balance transfer credit card can help your business.
Job applicants know that they have to groom their social media profiles. What about your small business’s social media presence? Can it affect your loan applications?
Card issuers are happy to keep collecting finance charges, but making minimum monthly payments on business credit cards is not a smart idea for small-business owners.
Based on your location, industry, business credit profile, and available collateral, do you know which lender or short list of lenders makes the most sense?
If you’re interested in taking out a business loan, you’ll need to do all you can to increase your odds of approval. What can you do to tip the odds in your favor?
Is an unsecured business loan a good financing choice for your company? Weighing the pros and cons of an unsecured business loan.
There are still a few places to get no money down real estate loans for your primary residence. There are actually two mortgage programs that offer 100% financing.
Business credit cards are handy, but the convenience comes with a cost, and some are more costly to use than others. Which fees should business owners look out for?
How are your options for dealing with a matured business loan? Here are four options for managing a matured business loan.
Lock down the small business loan that will kick-start your company and spur a wave of growth.
How to pick a business credit card that will work best for your business. Five things your business credit card should be offering.
Many business owners are unsure of whether they should apply for a small-business or corporate card. What are the differences, and how can you tell which is which?