If you’ve never searched for a loan online, you probably have no idea where to start. What should you consider? What do you information do you need in order to apply? What questions can you ask yourself to prepare?
How ironic that most of the online information on startups is about getting financed—but more than 90 percent of startups are bootstrapped.
Did you know that there's a difference between personal credit and business credit? Watch this one-hour video with Creditera's Tim Graczewski to learn proven tactics for building a stronger business credit profile, and why it matters.
To help you secure the capital you need for your business, we’ve compiled a list of the funding resources that every entrepreneur should look into.
Reading this list of books should give you nearly everything you need to know about crowdfunding. I believe that you’ll have a massive advantage over your competitors by following these tips and tricks.
To stay on top of things, many business owners—or at least their accountants—produce cash flow statements at monthly, quarterly, or even yearly intervals. Here's how to do it.
Different organizations and companies will always have their own specific financial demands and pressures to contend with, but for the most part, the key to success is retaining a healthy degree of financial flexibility wherever possible. With that in mind, in this guide we will be looking at the potential routes to finance open to businesses based in the U.K.
The only reason you should raise more money than is needed is if you get it on terms that sit within your pre-defined parameters, and it is a deal that you would have been happy to do at the outset. Then, the only other thing you need to do is curb your enthusiasm to spend, spend, spend, and be sure to enforce the lean practices you started with.