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Category: White Papers

Small business marketing guide

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Small Business Marketing Guide – Improve Your Marketing Program

Take advantage of the power of marketing by downloading National Funding’s Small Business Marketing Tips eBook. A solid small business marketing strategy helps ensure that owners in any industry can potentially turn a minor investment into major sales opportunities. Unfortunately, too often, many small business owners mistakenly think they don’t have the resources or tools […]

Alternative Lender - National Funding

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How Alternative Lending Can Solve Cash Flow Struggles

Maintaining a positive cash flow is one of the most important, and often times, stressful parts of owning a business. Unless you have a hefty bank account, your business is vulnerable to cash flow challenges. Competition, market disruptions, regulatory demands, and even the weather can put the health of your business at risk. And in […]

National Funding Small Business Tax Prep Guide

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Guide to Tackling Tax Prep for Small Business Owners

Download the straight-forward, easy-to-read guide to tax preparations for small business owners in any industry. Finally, a practical resource that explains how to get the most out of your business Federal tax return in a way that’s conversational, approachable and achievable. Why download this guide? So much more than a bulleted list of links and […]

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Where To Go For Financing When The Bank Says ‘No’

A recent study by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York found 90 percent of small businesses have had their loan request rejected by their bank in the past year. It’s an extraordinary – and alarming – number given the role small businesses play in the national economy. Alternative lenders, like National Funding, offer a viable solution to the woes encountered with traditional business lenders.

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Small Business Equipment Procurement: Is It Better to Lease or to Purchase?

Every business, large or small, requires some equipment; the major decision lies with whether to lease or purchase the equipment. There are pros and cons to both purchasing and leasing equipment, and each business owner must decide what’s best for them. Whether you decide to purchase or lease the equipment for your business, financing will likely be a necessity.