First-generation immigrants and women are among the small business owners responsible for surging U.S. entrepreneurial rates. While U.S. entrepreneurship rates are at their highest in more than 10 years, several financing difficulties exist for small business owners.
Small business confidence rebounded in April after a March slide.
With the new healthcare laws set to take effect January 2014, more small business owners may want to consider taking out a small business loan or merchant cash advance to cover the rising costs of health insurance.
U.S. small business owners are starting to feel more optimistic about future profits. Small businesses are expecting better profits this year, despite fiscal uncertainty.
As small business owners often have greater difficulties securing loans from banks, alternative lending and financing is on the rise. Small business owners stand a better chance at securing financing through alternative lenders than big banks.
Studies show that although female owned businesses are on the rise, many women face more obstacles when it comes to securing a small business loan. Studies show that female small-business owners are still having a harder time securing financing to fund their organizations.
The majority of entrepreneurs are using their own money to fund startups. A poll found many entrepreneurs are breaking their piggy banks and dipping into their personal savings to fund startups, though they may need a small business loan to grow operations.
A survey found that although the economy is improving, many small business owners are still wary of the current economic conditions. However, despite their wariness of the economy, many small business owners are optimistic about their company’s future and potential.