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By: Ari Page, business funding expert BREAKS DOWN HOW
It’s not too good to be true; it’s a savvy business move. Banks need to lend money to make money, and you need to borrow money to make money. The banks simply engineer the deal hoping that you’re not savvy enough to realize that they’ll allow you to borrow for next to nothing, while they sow the seeds for their long-term benefit.
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About Ari Page
Ari Page is CEO of Fund & Grow, a company that helps small businesses raise unsecured, zero percent business financing. A voracious reader, Ari constantly scours the market for new techniques and strategies to identify creative and profitable borrowing strategies. Because of his unique insight and approach, Fund & Grow has raised millions in funding for small businesses nationwide, with the average amount ranging from between $50,000 and $250,000.
By: Ari Page, business funding expert LET’S YOU KNOW WHY NOW
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By: Ari Page, business funding expert ON WHY BUSINESS CREDIT CARDS FULL ARTICLE
I never advocate that anyone borrow just to borrow. But if you need capital to flip houses, make payroll, invest in something that you know will reap a short-term profit, then you need access to capital. In the past few years, even though money has been tight, there have always been options. Banks always need to lend to stay in business. You just need to know where to look.
Here are some things you can do to take advantage of low-and zero-interest credit cards.
- If you don’t have a business entity, get one. It’s easy to acquire and anyone can do it. You want to be smart about it, as some entities are far more lendable than others. For example, having Marketing/Advertising or Business Management in your business name, indicates you are (on average) a better risk than someone with Real Estate in their title. There are also important nuances in terms of what type of entity you set up.
- Know how to elucidate what your business does. If you’re stuttering, stammering or seem unsure of your business, don’t expect the bank to lend to you.
- If you have personal credit issues, get them cleaned up. There are many agencies, such as Kaydem Credit Help or Thoro Credit Repair, that can assist you.
- Search the web for credit card offers for businesses.
- Do your homework to sort through various offers, identifying any hidden fees.
- Explore existing relationships and see what they’re willing to do. I once went to my bank to open up a checking account and was offered a $17,000 credit card for being a loyal customer.
- Consider requesting line increases or exploring promotional rates for those cards that you already have. Many banks won’t hesitate to reward good customers with increased credit lines.
- If you’re looking for low interest business credit lines, visit HERE or call 800.996.0270