The construction industry is making gains in the Southeast region of the U.S., opening up room for small business owners to find success.
More than 200,000 jobs were added to the U.S. economy in July, sparking financial optimism among economists.
Equipment leasing and financing is a great way for companies to keep pace with new technologies, without having to spend tons of money upfront.
More Americans are shopping and using credit cards – in May, credit jumped by 8.3 percent over the month before. Consumer confidence and employment increased as well.
Small business owners are more optimistic, but that confidence has yet to translate into renewed hiring intentions. While the economy is getting back into the swing of things, small business owners have increased hiring marginally.
U.S. trucking is on the rise, and a recent survey found a number of carriers will look to replace outdated equipment as business conditions get better. However, they may need help financing equipment leases.
Equipment leasing among U.S. businesses picked up in April, as small business owners lease equipment to expand and improve their businesses.
Small business owners have turned to personal savings in an effort to finance their enterprise in the face of tight credit markets. However, alternative lenders, like National Funding, offer a more feasible financing solution.
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.
Recent reports show many Latino and Hispanic entrepreneurs are planning to hire this year and anticipate better results in 2013 than what they experienced in 2012.