Small businesses still find higher loan approval rates from big banks and institutional lenders notes the Biz2Credit Lending Index November 2016 report.
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According to the Biz2Credit Lending Index October 2016 report, small businesses have been getting more big bank loan approvals than ever before.
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Shopify has partnered with another Canadian company, EDC, to insure Shopify Capital payments due to businesses seeking a little extra cash.
The latest data from Biz2Credit reveals that institutional lenders are approving small business loans at an all-time high rate.
Big banks approved small business loans less often during the month of July, according to Biz2Credit.
It appears the Brexit decision in the U.K. has had little impact on small business lending in the U.S., at least for now.
Readying yourself for a small business loan? You're going to need to get the proverbial ducks in a row. The ducks, in this case, is a near mountain of paperwork.
There are a growing number of sources from where small businesses can get a loan to grow their business. Despite them all, it's important to remember that traditional banks are still lending money to small businesses, too.
If the SAFE Transitional License Act of 2015 -- currently before the U.S. Senate -- is passed into law, it would certainly count as a victory for small businesses.
Of the many things to have in check before applying for a small business loan, one of the more important is your credit score. How do you get this figure in shape to better your chances of being approved for a loan?
Military veterans face innumerable challenges when transitioning from active duty to civilian life. That includes being able to get loans to start a business or expand a current one. However, there are loan options specifically geared to military vets.