How Much Financing Do You Want?
It happens at least once a week: I’ll ask a business owner applying for a loan how much money he or she needs and I will get an answer like, “as much as you can get me.”
Credit is a powerful tool, whether you are launching a new business, operating or looking to expand.
In my July Cash is King post, I briefly mentioned lines of credit as providing one possible solution for a small business facing cash flow problems. With the holidays right around the corner, businesses stocking up on inventory, and potential customers opening up their wallets, I thought it would be helpful to revisit lines of credit and explain how a business can best take advantage of one.
Financing Event in Staten Island
NYC Business Solutions is hosting a special event in Staten Island to help small businesses access the financing they need.
Factoring: Another Financing Alternative
Calling all small business owners: Do you carry accounts receivables? Your receivables have a unique value to your business.
Factoring (also known as Invoice Factoring or Accounts Receivable Factoring) is defined as a financial transaction in which a business sells its accounts receivables (invoices) to a third party (factor) at a discount in exchange for immediate cash with which to finance ongoing business.
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EVENT #2: Women-Owned Small Business Loan Program: How to get access to capital in less than 30 days
June is credit month at the NYC Business Solutions, Upper Manhattan and Washington Heights Centers.