Credit Where Credit Is Due: 5 Articles That Will Help You Understand Business Credit

Securing credit and financing for your small business can be overwhelming. For many aspiring entrepreneurs, this crucial first step can be intimidating, deterring them from pursuing their dream of starting a small business. While the path to business financing can feel restrictive and dizzying, it may not be as out of reach as many would assume. From technical lingo to alternative lending, the following articles will give you the tools you need to assess the best steps for getting a loan for your small business and navigating the options available to you.

For more information on business credit, loans and other topics related to your small business, visit CBS Small Business Pulse.

 

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This Number Makes Or Breaks An SBA Loan Application

By Gerri Detweiler of Nav

Nav Head of Market Education Gerri Detweiler reveals the magic number you need to qualify for a U.S. Small Business Administration loan.

 

Ed Castano (Image and logo courtesy of BlueVine)

Ed Castano (Image and logo courtesy of BlueVine)

Which Alternative Financing Path Is Best For Your Small Business?

By Ed Castano of BlueVine

BlueVine Capital Inc. VP of Marketing Ed Castano explores 5 non-traditional funding methods.

 

Doug Sperry (Photo and logo courtesy of Equifax)

Doug Sperry (Photo and logo courtesy of Equifax)

What We Talk About When We Talk About Business Credit

By Doug Sperry of Equifax

Equifax Vice President and Group Counsel Doug Sperry lays out what business credit is, how to build it and where you can find yours.

 

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Need A Small Business Loan? Learn The Lingo

By Gerri Detweiler of Nav

Nav Head of Market Education Gerri Detweiler shows how to talk the talk on your path to getting a loan for your small business.

 

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6 Alternative Finance Terms Every Small Business Owner Needs To Know

By Eyal Lifshitz of BlueVine

BlueVine Founder and CEO Eyal Lifshitz is fixing the problem of paperwork for small businesses one customer at a time.

 

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