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business loans

Invoice Factoring Versus Online Lending: Which is Right for My Business?

What is an Online Business Loan? Online Loans boast high approvals, quick funding, and easy applications. The Great Recession led to banks extending less loans to businesses and an opportunity for online lenders to step in. Thus online and alternative lenders filled the lending space and…

bankruptcy funding

Business Funding After Bankruptcy

When a business owner has a bankruptcy on record or is currently restructuring due to insolvency, traditional lenders will shut their doors. Bankruptcies do not stop factoring companies from purchasing invoices. Eagle Business Credit evaluates the credit of your clients, not your business. Rather than seeking…

business loans

Bank Loans or Invoice Factoring? Which Is Better For Your Business?

You need money for your business. There are a lot of options available for business financing with bank loans, lines of credit, online lenders, equipment financing, and invoice factoring. With 82% of failed businesses citing cash flow as a reason, finding the right business financier is…

startup funding

Startup Business Funding

Startup businesses are tricky. Some advice is to never stop searching for capital to grow your business. Some advice is to only secure the funding necessary to get a product out, then start another round of fund raising. There is no one right answer, and the…

business loans

Will I Lose Control of My Business? Is Debt-Based Financing Right For Me?

  Funding Your Business The boot-strap method of financing your business—tapping into your savings, retirement, or refinancing your mortgage for all the available capital possible—can be enough to get your business off the ground, but then what? Growing businesses require more funding, and when 82% of…

equity based financing

Will I Lose Control of My Business? Is Equity-Based Financing Right For Me?

  Funding Your Business The boot-strap method of financing your business—tapping into your savings, retirement, or refinancing your house for all the available capital possible—can be enough to get your business off the ground, but then what? Growing businesses require more funding, and when 82% of…