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Loans for your Small Business

Debt financing for your small business is a common form of financing your firm. It includes loans from various sources including banks, family and friends, microfinancing, loans from your inventory and accounts receivables, and more.
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Bank Loans for Small Business
Small businesses have always survived on the strength of bank loans. Here are the basics of small business financing with commercial loans. A bank term loan has a particular term (length of maturity), such as long-term loans, and interest rate.

Loan - What is a Loan?
What is a loan? A loan in terms of small business finance is a sum of money advanced to a business that must be repaid, with interest, at some point in the future.

How to Apply for a Small Business Loan
In order for a small business to get off the ground, or to keep operating, it must have financing. There are typically two sources of financing for small businesses. One is debt financing. Small businesses can apply to banks or other financial institutions, like credit unions, for commercial loans.

VA Loans
Military men and women who have businesses need help when they are called up. VA loans are there to help them. Small business loans for veterans such as the Patriot Express Loan can help with almost any business need for a soldier or a spouse when you return. The Military Reservist Economic Injury Disaster Loan helps keep your business afloat...

Business Loan Options for Those with Bad Credit
Even if you have bad credit, there are options for you with regard to business financing.

Using Debt to Finance your Small Business
This article discusses using debt financing for your small business, specifically long-term loans.

Raising Money Using Convertible Debt
This article talks about a debt option, convertible debt, as a way of raising money for the small business.

How Venture Debt Financing Works
This is an article on venture debt financing and how to get it.

Amortization Schedule for a Business Loan
Every business owner should know how to amortize a loan. Loan amortization simply means figuring out how much interest and principal you have to pay on a loan each time the loan comes due, along with how much the balance is reduced. It is always a good idea to double check your lender's calculations.

Overview of Mezzanine Financing
Mezzanine financing is a risky form of financing appropriate for businesses in high growth industries.

Using Retirement Funds to Start a Business
Planning on using retirement funds to start a business? Learn how to avoid paying large penalties when pulling money out by using a business directed retirement account.

How to Get Money to Start a Business
Not sure how to get money to start a business? Learn some of the most popular ways to get funding so you can launch your new business.

How to Get Money to Start a Business
Not sure how to get money to start a business? Learn some of the most popular ways to get funding so you can launch your new business.

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