Nationally syndicated podcast and radio show, Business Rockstars, included an in depth interview with Dealstruck CEO, Ethan Senturia, in a recent episode. Watch and listen to the interaction with TV personality Pat O’Brien.
Dealstruck CEO, Ethan Senturia, knows a little something about small business lending. After all, Dealstruck is a leader in the online lending space, specializing in providing affordable loans to small businesses that don’t yet qualify for loans from traditional banks. So when Ethan has some great tips on what to do before you ever pick…
As a business owner in the modern era, you are likely well acquainted with the Internet. You may use it for paying bills, staying in touch, and bragging about those cute babies in your life. So why not tap into that computer prowess when getting financing for your small business (SMB)?
A Debt Service Coverage Ratio is a key factor for many lenders, both traditional and alternative, when it comes to making credit decisions. But what is this scary sounding thing that can make or break a small business loan application?
The words “tax time” are enough to get many first-time entrepreneurs’ hearts racing. We conjure up visions of grim-faced IRS auditors rifling through our papers and scrutinizing our inventory—and, if they find a single small mistake, turning around and demanding money that our bootstrapped businesses can’t spare.
Tax liens can seriously impact financial health for a small business owner. But does having one mean there is no chance to get the healthy financing needed to grow a business?
Depending on where you are in your life and your career, you might be facing a little — or a lot — of personal debt. Many would-be entrepreneurs owe money on credit cards, student loans, mortgages, cars or all of the above, and these heavy outstanding balances could put their dreams of business ownership on hold.
Small business is extremely important for the economy. This is not just a US or UK issue, it is a global phenomenon. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are the drivers of economic growth, job creation and thus wealth. Fostering an ecosystem that facilitates access to capital for SMEs is a policy imperative with a growing number of forward-thinking governments focusing policy on encouraging entrepreneurship with streamlined access to capital and incentives to investors in SMEs.
Small business owners sometimes find themselves strapped for cash and hard pressed to make payroll. Here are three tips to avoid getting into that position in the first place.
The world of third party sales on the Amazon Marketplace is growing in size and importance but financing for many of these strictly eCommerce merchants can be confusing but not impossible.