Loans

Finance

The Best Way to Borrow From Friends and Family to Grow Your Business? Here's How to Do It Right

Getting a loan from loved ones can pay off -- with some parameters.

The Best Funding Resources for Disabled Entrepreneurs

There are numerous options to assist those in need.

How to Get an SBA Loan Approved Before the Looming Government Shutdown

Be prepared and avoid loan freezes that can sideline your business plans.

Bootstrapping? 2 Funding Sources Entrepreneurs Overlook

What's shocking is how often entrepreneurs forgo the cheapest, most readily available loans in favor of high-interest credit cards and personal loans.

Cash Advance Apps Can Be a Short-Term Bridge for People Short on Money

If you find yourself short on cash, these services could be a good short-term solution.

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Often borrowed from a bank, credit union or private agency, loans help entrepreneurs and business owners start or sustain businesses by lending a sum of money that is paid back with interest. Raising enough capital is key for an entrepreneur looking to start his or her own business. There are a number of loans available so understanding which type of loan is best for a business is crucial. 

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