News and Articles About Loans
Securing a small-business loan has become more difficult in recent years. Here's a look at how companies are coping.
Washington's recent efforts to protect consumers may be hampering small-business growth.
Lending experts suggest that, finally, small-business owners and entrepreneurs can secure loans for their businesses -- if only they wanted them.
Are you looking for better returns? Think about peer-to-peer lending.
Findings from Moody's Analytics shows that small-business credit quality dropped in the fourth quarter of 2012, but predicts a better outlook for 2014.
Findings from Moody's Analytics reveals that small-business credit quality weakened in the third quarter.
While the SBA reports that lending was down in the second quarter, there are hopeful signs that the credit crunch is easing.
A loan that provides capital in exchange for a fixed percentage of gross monthly revenue is gaining new traction among startups. For some borrowers, it can be an attractive alternative to a traditional bank loan.
Small business expert Kevin Hiser of QStart Labs answers readers top questions about entrepreneurship.
Venture capitalist, author and professor Peter S. Cohan answer readers’ top questions about entrepreneurship.
It is highly likely that you'll be asked to sign a personal guarantee to get a bank loan. Before you do, make sure you are getting the best terms possible.
Small business loans contracted last year, while large businesses secured more dollars, according to the Small Business Administration Office of Advocacy.
A look at ways to find the best funding sources and tailor the options for your small business.
Here's how a $25 loan can change the world. (But do your homework before investing.)
A Texas businesswoman fetched the amount she needed to open an eco-friendly pet store
Credit unions and the banking industry spar over the right to make loans to small businesses.
An uptick in small-business lending may mean entrepreneurs will start hiring in 2012, or they might just sit on their cash.
In today's economy, debt is a four-letter word -- but it can also be essential for growing a business. Here are some options that could help boost your working capital.
A quick guide to Community Development Financial Institutions: How they work and whether they can help you get money to start your business.
You can get out from under that mountain of debt. Here's how to make sure your bank works for you, versus the other way around.
Household brands like Office Depot, Sam's Club and Google are offering financial products, but are they the way to go for your business?