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Category Archives: Cash Flow Loan
Do you have a checking account at the bank you are applying for a loan with? If so, how you have been handling the account in the last year can affect your loan request.
“Credit Inquires” has been a topic of much conversation and concern in recent years. The following is current information you should know about “credit inquiries you cannot avoid”.
If your business is trapped in a merchant cash advance, you can, “escape my merchant advance” by paying off the balance.
“I need to get out of my merchant advance.”, or “I want to payoff my merchant advance”, and “I want to payoff my cash advance” are becoming more frequent and louder requests by businesses.
There is a long history in credit of using a strong Co-signer to strengthen an application. However, can a strong Co-signer make up for a bad credit primary applicant? In general, a strong Co-signer does not make up for a … Continue reading
There are many reasons why a business may decide they want to change the company name. Sometimes the reasons are due to expansion, for good reasons, and also for not so good reasons, such as solving an image problem by … Continue reading
UCC blanket liens are not uncommon, especially with traditional financial institutions. However, what are UCC Blanket liens, what do they cover and what restrictions do they cause businesses? UCC stands for Uniform Commercial Code. A UCC lien means … Continue reading
Recently, some regular for profit companies have inquired how they can get free loan grants. In general, Grants are not for profit companies, unless they fall into certain limited specific categories which sometimes change. The general public overwhelmingly seems … Continue reading
Many business owners are conservative. They obey the laws, watch their spending, and are cautious. Many will say that the Government should not increase the debt ceiling knowing that the Government will be taking on more new debt. … Continue reading
After 2 months of intense fighting and bickering, politicians in Washington have come to an agreement that, in the most minimal way, will avert the fiscal cliff. However, the politicians only agreed to revenue rate issues and delayed the … Continue reading