Equipment leasing essentially functions just like a loan, but provides terms not normally available with conventional financing. The leasing company buys and owns the equipment while it is rented to a business.
It’s election season again which means that the airwaves are full of theories, accusations, alarm-sounding, and all over the backdrop of some exaggeration and spinning of the facts.
Entrepreneurs looking for a small business loan may want to consider a community bank, especially with the benefits many small banks offer.
All business types, from sole proprietorships to corporations, will face increased paperwork in 2012 due to new healthcare legislation, but Greg Jones writes in the Washington Post that a little extra record keeping could improve finances for many small businesses.
Missouri officials have been promoting a state program that gives millions of dollars in low-interest loans to those who create a corporation in the state and work to expand and create jobs, the Liberty Tribune reports.
Whenever an entrepreneur starts his or her own business, there is a certain amount of risk involved. But as Entrepreneur magazine contributor Karin Price Mueller writes, working to create a corporation for that small business can protect its owner and his or her assets should anything happen.
Gathering the resources to create a corporation is not an easy task for an entrepreneur. But as Associated Press columnist Joyce Rosenberg writes, there are some easy ways for small business owners to cut down their startup costs.
Sam’s Club, a division of Wal-Mart, has announced that it is testing a new online small business lending program to help spur business formation and growth.