How to Get Funding for New Business with Little or No Credit

Loan
Here is the dilemma. You have this great business idea that you feel strongly that it will succeed. However, you have no credit and no collateral. What do you do? How can you get much-needed loan so that you can jump start the business? Well, here is some good news. While many lenders may not feel comfortable with giving you money solely on the idea there are some lenders and investors who will base their decision to lend you money largely on the strength of your business idea. If you have cash flow, a great idea, and can prove your concept, you may be able to get the money you need. How? Read on to find out.

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How to Save Money in Manufacturing Process

Factory
A penny saved is penny earned! When running a manufacturing operation it is essential that you pay attention to every detail of the entire supply chain to ensure you are running it most efficiently and economically. There are multiple ways in which you can save money – ranging from installing efficient machines to shopping around. The bottom line is you have to look at all elements of the procurement and supply chain to get the most out of your money. Here are three suggestions you can implement without too much effort to generate significant savings in your manufacturing operations.

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What Role Business Loans Play in Post Recession Environment?

Business Loan
According to economic pundits, the primary reason for the Great Recession of 2008-09 was the climate of easy credit and greed. There was an assumption that property prices would continue to rise so that loans against real estate was a certain winner. It proved to be gross miscalculation, and as the recession kicked in an increasing number of households and businesses suddenly found that they were not in a position to meet their financial commitments. The result was repossessions on a huge scale and many business failures. Fortunately, economic recovery has set in during the last 4-5 years and the questions in need of addressing revolve around whether business should be able to borrow in order to develop and what price should it be paying?

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3 Essential Options to Protect Your Business Assets

Asset Management
Whether you are a new business just getting started or a well-established company it is essential that you take appropriate measures to protect the financial and other business assets you have worked so hard to accumulate. Let’s face it. It takes only few small missteps to lose it all.

A business asset is anything that you own or control to run the day-to-day operations of your business. It’s therefore essential that you do what you can to ensure the protection and potential of your asserts. In this post, we provide you with three great ways to guarantee that your company’s assets are being handled with care.

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Should You Tap into Home Equity Loans for your Cash Needs?

Home
The recession affected those living in the United States in number of different ways. Some people lost hours at work, which made caring for their families difficult, and others found themselves drawing unemployment and scrambling to find a new job. The recession also did lot of damage to the housing market. More homes went on the market than there were buyers, which led to homes selling for well below market value. As many found themselves trying to rebound from the recession, they often looked at equity lines to cover the costs they have.

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UK Government Launches Guide to Find the Right Business Finance

Business Finance
Probably the definitive manual for any business looking for funding in the UK is a new Business Finance Guide, jointly launched by the Institute of Chartered Accounts in England and Wales (ICAEW) and the British Business Bank, and promoted by the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills and 18 major finance and business organisations.

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Money Hacks for Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners

Personal Finance
Tracking your money is important. This is true in your personal life and it is especially true in your professional life. As an entrepreneur or small business owner, it is your responsibility to know where every last cent you earn comes from and where it goes. Properly tracking your money and making sure that your finances are in order is how you make sure that your company survives.

You know this already, of course. You know that the money is what makes your project a company and not just a very time consuming hobby. What you might not know, though, is what to track or how to track it. Here are some hints to help you with that.

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How to Improve Trading Performance with Binary Options

Stock Trading
Trading can be a risky proposition. You can win big in a short period of time. At the same time, it is easy to lose a lot too. Any trader will always be looking to improve performance and optimise profits. There are certainly some tricks and tools available that can help you to become a better and more profitable binary options trader.

You can make use of binary options trading signals as part of your currency trading strategy. In addition to this useful tool, there are some other ways to help you optimise your predictions.

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Infographic: Are you a Saver or Spender? Key to Becoming a Millionaire

Piggy Bank
For many people there is a misconception that millionaires are a special breed that somehow got lucky and hit a jackpot or inherited large sum of money. In reality, the secret to becoming a millionaire is having a consistent and persistent savings plan and save part of the income on a regular basis. Success does not arrive overnight. Some of the most well known billionaires are consummate thrifts. For example, Warren Buffet is famous for living in the same modest house he has lived for number of years and driving a beat-up car.

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Should You Switch from Financial Trading to Bricks and Mortar Investment?

Investment
Over the past decade, it’s been a roller coaster ride for those interested in potentially investing in the property market. Whether it’s been your dream to purchase a house and sell it on, or to purchase a house and rent it out to tenants, the recession made this goal virtually impossible for the vast majority of people. Now, however, the economic landscape is relatively different, and property investment is more viable than it has been for the past half decade.

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