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Why Should Your Business Lease LED Lights?

Posted by Alan Brown on Jan 2, 2021 12:00:00 AM

LED lighting can significantly reduce the energy costs of a business. This is because these lights use about 90% less energy than ordinary lighting solutions. Apart from these cost savings, LED lighting has a greater light output which in turn helps to increase productivity. Last but not least, LED lights are compatible with solar energy due to their low energy requirements. This offers your business more options when it comes to reducing your energy bills by tapping into renewable energy sources.


While switching to LED lighting makes perfect commercial sense, leasing LED lighting helps your business save even more money. Here are some reasons why you should lease LED lights.

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Grow Your Online Business With A Working Capital Loan

Posted by Alan Brown on Jan 1, 2021 12:00:00 AM

Working capital refers to the money that a business uses to run its day-to-day operations. Such expenses include sales inventory, payroll, and overhead costs. Online businesses also need working capital to operate efficiently. Since working capital ebbs and flows, online companies often cover their working capital requirements through working capital loans. This is especially true in the growth stages of any company.

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Get Your Business Finances In Order Before 2020 Ends

Posted by Alan Brown on Dec 31, 2020 12:00:00 AM

Many entrepreneurs do not give much thought to the accounting aspects of their businesses. Unlike the more exciting areas of the business such as product launches and marketing campaigns, getting your finances in order can be a tedious process. However, this is one of the most important tasks business owners must fulfill. Being on top of your finances not only helps you manage critical factors such as cash flow but it can save you thousands of dollars in the long run. It also means that you can fix any financial problems in time. For example, if you realize that you have negative working capital, you have enough time to apply for a working capital loan before 2021.


Here are some tips on how you can get your business finances in order before the end of 2020.

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A Guide To Assessing Printer Leasing Companies

Posted by Alan Brown on Dec 30, 2020 2:15:00 AM

Are old printers costing you hundreds or thousands of dollars to repair and/or maintain? Do you spend more time in printing documents than getting real work done? If problematic equipment is eating up your profits and killing productivity, you should consider leasing printers instead. Working with printer leasing companies allows business owners to stay up to date with the latest printer technologies. It is important to note that no two printer leasing service providers are the same. For example, the printer leasing company that offers a low rate may not provide the best leasing experience. In order to choose the right lease option, it is recommended that you learn how to assess printer leasing companies. This way, you can avoid paying for the wrong printer technology solutions and dealing with hidden fees.

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Business Funding: Potential Financial Risks To Look Out For

Posted by Alan Brown on Dec 29, 2020 1:00:00 AM

The old adage goes that without risk, it is hard for any business to make any gains. Even while appreciating the role of risk-taking in business, it is also important to ensure that you have factored in any potential financial risks. All business owners understand the need to plan and manage finances carefully so as to keep the business on an even keel. When it comes to business funding, here are some potential financial risks that you should be on the lookout for.

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Business Loans: How They Can Boost Your Veterinary Practice

Posted by Alan Brown on Dec 28, 2020 12:30:00 AM

If you own a veterinary practice, or if you want to start one, then you would know that your first priority is treating the animals. Their owners place the lives and health of them in your hands and expect only the best from you. Therefore, it is a must to invest in several areas in your practice. That being said, these investments might be rather expensive, and this is why you should consider taking a business loan for your veterinary practice.

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Everything You Need To Know About Business Debt Management

Posted by Alan Brown on Dec 27, 2020 12:00:00 AM

Before you even start learning about business debt management, it is essential that you are aware about the dangers of debt. Regardless of the case, if you are facing major debt problems, you will need to solve them as soon as possible to prevent them from getting worse. However, even though you might want to jump into solving your debt problems, it is best that you look at the larger picture and study the different options you have before deciding what to do.

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How Can Equipment Leasing And Financing Solutions Help?

Posted by Alan Brown on Dec 25, 2020 1:45:00 AM

Equipment leasing is when businesses decide to hire equipment for a period of time rather than purchase them outright. Using this approach, a business will sign a lease agreement with a lessor which defines among other things, how the equipment will be used as well as the time duration. It is estimated that about 70% of businesses in the United States lease some or all of their equipment. When it comes to leasing equipment, businesses also have access to equipment lease financing. This makes it easier to access equipment lease financing while maintaining healthy cash flow. Here are some reasons why many companies find it worthwhile to pursue equipment lease financing.

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Optimizing Your Daycare Business Loan

Posted by Alan Brown on Dec 24, 2020 1:30:00 AM

Whether you are a novice in the industry or you want to take things to the next level, you need adequate capital to power up your daycare business. If you have capital ready, you’re ahead of the game. If you don’t, it’s likely you will need to get a daycare business loan.

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Tips For Paying Off Your Business Debt Fast

Posted by Alan Brown on Dec 23, 2020 1:15:00 AM

Whether you are starting a business or you operate an established enterprise, it is difficult to avoid debts. You need them to enhance your business operations. However, taking too long to pay them off can result in a myriad of problems. With excessive loans, your business may experience reduced cash flow due to interest payments. Also, it might be difficult to secure additional funding since late loan payments can adversely affect your credit score.

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