Each month, approximately 1,200 businesses in New York City shut down due to inability to their pay rent. The New York State Senate is proposing new legislation to help, but small business loans and cash advances can help in the mean time.
According to a recent survey, small business owners expect big sales growth in 2013.
A recent survey found small business owners have become less likely to take risks, but many still require help with financing.
Data backup and recovery failures cost small businesses. Causing many to consider updating their technology equipment through equipment leasing.
The importance of a solid credit rating is becoming more apparent as getting a small business loan becomes more difficult.
Businesses are in the market for summer help, according to a recent poll by CareerBuilder, but they may need help financing the cost of additional labor.
A new survey found bad hires can cost U.S. companies $50,000. Small businesses may need assistance with financing in the wake of a bad hire.
Small business confidence rebounded in April after a March slide.
Recent surveys show more small business owners are integrating mobile technology into their business and marketing practices.
More small business owners are seeing the benefits of utilizing social media marketing. However, learning or outsourcing social media marketing can be costly, therefore small business owners may require funding from an alternative lender like National Funding.