Do You Have What It Takes to Start Up Your Own Business?

  According to 800Hours.org, as of April 2014, “the total value of the roughly 634 startups that have passed through Y Combinator is over US$26 billion.” Out of that same data, it was estimated that founders earn $50,000 roughly and can still increase once their business has picked up. With these figures and numbers, it is no wonder that more and more people want to start their own business. There’s more »

The 4 Most Common Types of Working Capital Financing

Working capital is the figure calculated by subtracting the current amount of liabilities your company has with the current assets available. Liabilities, in this case, include any items you’re spending money on, where assets refer to cash in the bank. Working capital allows the business to continue functioning between receiving payments and buying new product. As such, it isn’t uncommon for a business to find itself needing a bit of more »

5 Tips On How To Increase Your Working Capital

The more working capital a business has, the more power it gives the business to both run efficiently and find new ways to generate income. Not only is this needed to handle any arising expenses, but having a healthy record of working capital will also make it easier to take advantage of offerings from financial institutions, such as loans and other types of services that require good credit. Naturally, keeping more »

9 Tips To Help New Businesses Get Approved For Equipment Leasing

Are you a start up business needing an equipment lease? Equipment leasing is now available for new businesses as well as well established businesses. Roughly 30% of businesses get their equipment through some kind of equipment leasing service. The kind of flexibility that comes with equipment leasing is hard to match with any other way of getting equipment for your business. Here are nine tips to consider when obtaining an more »

The Advantages of Leasing Office and Technical Equipment

One of the main problems that people run into when they are first starting their business is that they do not have a lot of money to pay for office space or the equipment that is required to run their business. One of the advantages of leasing is that it helps business owners get started right away without the difficulties involved in processing a SBA loan or refinancing your mortgage. more »