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2911, 2023

Businesses Projected to Ramp Up Credit Use In 2024

By |November 29th, 2023|Categories: Equipment Financing, Line of Credit, Working Capital Loans|0 Comments

With a new year just around the corner, predictions about the landscape for business in 2024 have begun to pop up all over. One statistic we find especially interesting is that small and medium-sized businesses [...]

1411, 2023

How to Benefit from a Section 179 Deduction This Year

By |November 14th, 2023|Categories: Equipment Financing, Equipment Loans, Section 179|0 Comments

The phrase “tax deduction” is like music to all business owners—since who wouldn’t want to use a perfectly legal way to lower their tax bill? If you haven’t investigated a Section 179 tax deduction before, [...]

711, 2023

IRS Suspends Processing New ERTC Claims/Intensifies Review Process: What You Need to Know

By |November 7th, 2023|Categories: Covid-19, Line of Credit, Small Business Loans, Taxes, Working Capital Loans|0 Comments

Do you know the IRS has stopped processing new Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) claims? As you may be aware, the ERTC was introduced during COVID. The tax credit was intended to address three different [...]

2110, 2023

5 Ways to Take Advantage of Alternative Lending During The Holidays

By |October 21st, 2023|Categories: Economy, Small Business Loans, Working Capital Loans|0 Comments

Every year, it seems the holiday season unofficially starts earlier and earlier. This is being written in October; it’s not even Halloween and yet we’re seeing Santas in full force in many brick-and-mortar stores as [...]

1110, 2023

How The United Auto Workers Strike Could Have a Significant Impact on Business Owners

By |October 11th, 2023|Categories: Bad Credit Business Loans, Economy, Small Business Loans, Working Capital Loans|0 Comments

Since the end of September, over 17,000 members of the United Auto Workers (UAW) have been on strike against Detroit’s Big Three auto companies. Their demands include the following: A 46% pay increase A four-day [...]

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