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Don't make assumptions about a bank's lending methods based on size alone--here's how to find the bank that can help you cash in.
In the service industry? This tracking survey will help you get the information you need.
When assessing commercial loan costs, the interest rate is often only a drop in the bucket.
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Short-term financing could help your company overcome temporary setbacks or cash-flow issues.
When the money tree looks dry, sometimes you just have to create your own branch.
Take it from those who've done it--going public will change your business.
Before you buy that business you're craving, consider seller financing to sweeten the deal.
When banks can't give you the funds you need, look to commercial finance companies for help.
Looking for a capital infusion? Don't ignore public funding sources in your own backyard.
An employee stock ownership plan is more than just a great way to boost morale-it's also a cheap source of growth capital.
Juggling growth and financial risk is one balancing act you can't afford not to master.
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