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24 Sep Craft Beer Company Turned Down by Bank

In the '80s, craft beer was just taking off in the United States and current household names like Samuel Adams were just getting their start. Newlyweds Kim Jordan and Jeff Lebesch took out a second mortgage on their home in Fort Collins, Colorado to start a...

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17 Sep Capitalize on Decay

There are lessons to be learned as you consider your start-up business and ways to build your dream enterprise on foundations that seem to be decaying. This September, PBS’ Frontline featured Dayton, Ohio - a once thriving Rust Belt city that has now fallen on hard...

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31 Aug Why You Need a Business Checking Account

After incorporation, you need to open a business checking account separate and apart from your personal checking account. This is done by taking your articles of incorporation to your local bank with all potential signers on the account. For small businesses, it is advisable that you have...

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15 Sep Post-Hurricane Business Survival Loans

Greetings to you all! As our region was just pummeled by one of the strongest storms in Florida history, we – at Global Business Lending- have recovered and our South Florida office has been restored to full power. Ain’t no mountain high enough. Ain’t no valley low enough. Ain’t no...

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01 May 10 Biz Facts for Small Business Week

This week marks the start of the official Small Business Week courtesy of the U.S. Small Business Administration. Here are 10 facts you may or may not have known about small businesses in the United States. Small businesses account for about half of all private-sector jobs...

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18 Apr Microlending: Is That Like a Merchant Cash Advance?

thumb8When you think microloan, you may think of funding a small shoe store in Kampala, Uganda or a grocery store in Phnom Penh, Cambodia? And, while that may be true, you may not realize that small businesses in the U.S. and Canada can qualify for something very similar. It’s called a merchant cash advance.
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