Every business, large or small, requires some equipment; the major decision lies with whether to lease or purchase the equipment. There are inherent risks and benefits 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 necessary. With traditional lenders still unwilling to help, alternative lenders like National Funding are available to help. Learn more about the pros and cons of equipment leasing versus purchasing in our white paper titled, Small Business Equipment Procurement: Is It Better to Lease or to Purchase?
Starting a small business always comes with a little bit of risk. Your venture may not pan out as planned, or it may take more time than expected to turn a profit. These risks are unavoidable, and every business owner must contend with them. Then there are other risks, like an employee who gets injured,… […]
Equipment leasing and financing makes sense for most small businesses in America, although many business owners are unaware of the benefits. Nearly any type of equipment, in nearly any industry can be leased and financed. And, with Section 179 of the United States tax code, business owners can qualify for tax deductions on equipment they… […]
Email marketing is a tried and true way to speak directly to your company's biggest fans. If they're on your email list, they've already connected with you in some way or another - perhaps they made a purchase, created an account or simply signed up for your newsletter. However, just because the people on your… […]
Nearly all large corporations have humble beginnings as small businesses. And for many, the road to becoming a big business was paved with financial assistance, in form of small business loans or infusions of working capital. Our infographic below, From Small Loans To Big Business, illustrates the business financing journey that some of the nation’s… […]