Various circumstances lead people to the doorstep of the bankruptcy court. Some people find themselves with bad credit due to a job loss, illness, divorce or other unforeseen reason that leaves no other option besides bankruptcy. Failed business ventures result in liquidating company assets via the bankruptcy process. This article will explore bankruptcy recovery topics like Symptoms of an Impending Bankruptcy, Which Bankruptcy is Suitable, Staying Financially Healthy and more!
No matter how large or small, every business will need to have access to credit in some way or another. Good business credit scores will make a difference in the type, rates, and terms of loans that will be offered. These steps go a long way to ensure a healthy and viable business now and into the future.
Although popular, not all cardholders or merchants know the differences between credit cards or their best use. Well over one billion credit cards exist in the U.S. alone and that’s why knowing the various types of cards and how to use them is equally important.
There are several legitimate lenders who approve loans with no credit check needed. Getting approval for no credit needed loans is pretty simple. Basic requirements are that the applicant is over 18 years old with a full-time job, and has a bank account or debit card to make payments. Sounds simple enough. Yet a closer look is warranted to get the full picture.
For small businesses with bad credit history, there are multiple options that can be pursued if a bank loan is not a feasible route. Depending on the company’s financial profile and whether you are looking for small business start-up loans, quick loans, microbusiness loans, and/or business acquisition loans, one or more of these options may be the optimal choice forward…
A debt management plan (DMP) is the increasingly preferred option for resolving tough financial issues. As an alternative to bankruptcy, it is a personal finance program to suit the unique circumstances of the individual debtor, since diverse financial situations affect the ways money should be managed.
Since the company was founded in Canada in August of 2015 they’ve provided nearly $39 million in funding to almost 4,000 Canadian small businesses.
Misfortunes such as sudden job loss, poor health, and the death or illness of a spouse do happen, oftentimes quite suddenly. At times like these, monthly bills continue to come in the mail; food and other necessities won’t wait either. When these problems arise, even someone with good credit for many years can find their finances in shambles. These types of scenarios present the need for a loan without a credit check.
After being denied six business loans, Rhonda realized that because her business was new, most banks would not offer her enough financing to start her new venture. However, she had heard about an alternative to traditional lending known as a merchant cash advance, or MCA. Encouraged, she took off in the direction of getting funding via an MCA. And she is not alone; millions of start-ups and established businesses take advantage of the benefits of this type of financing. But before they do, they must understand the ins and outs of merchant cash advances.
How iCapital Helps Canadian Small Businesses Leverage An Often Forgotten Asset: Future Debit and Credit Card Sales
For nearly a decade, Toronto-based iCapital has been providing capital to Canadian small business owners of all shapes and sizes from coast to coast. Unlike traditional loan products, however, their merchant cash advance has absolutely no deadlines, no late fees, and is only paid out when small business owners are making money themselves.