Browsing For Dollars
Searching for investment dollars, price comparisons made easy.
Applying for small-business loans is no fun, and while CashFinder (http://www.cashfinder.com) doesn't transform the money hunt into a laugh riot, it does dramatically simplify and speed up the process. Created by Intuit, the company that created Quicken, the bestselling financial management software, CashFinder is a Web site aimed at entrepreneurs in search of investment dollars. It helps a small business apply for loans, credit cards and leases from top-flight lenders, including American Express and Chase Manhattan. To apply for any loan, you need only download free software that guides you as you fill out the credit application. The same application can be used to apply for multiple loans with all participating institutions. The best news: Using CashFinder is free.
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