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Other Loan Options

By Carol Tice

Small businesses need money to get started, pay bills, and grow. When securing traditional loans from a bank isn't possible, small businesses should consider a few loan alternatives.

Loan Alternatives
Here are a few alternative sources of capital for businesses to try in place of traditional bank loans:

This list provides just a few ways that small businesses can go about getting capital when credit is hard to come by. Other loan alternatives include peer-to-peer lending, credit card accounts, and venture capital. When primary loan options have been exhausted, small businesses can look into loan alternatives to get the capital it needs. 

Looking for other financing options? Check out our complete list of options for funding your small business.

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