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That’s because RapidAdvance provides small business owners with the right financing programs to meet their needs. Our excellent customer service, speedy application process, affordable financing and personalized customer service experience have earned us an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau.
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- Small Business Loan No lengthy applications, documentations, or denial based on stringent FICO scores. find out more
- Merchant Cash Advance Provides you with working capital in exchange for a percentage of your future credit card sales. find out more
- Line of Credit Get approved for larger amounts of capital, but only incur cost on funds you draw. find out more
- SBA Bridge Loan Bridges the gap of the SBA loan waiting process, and provides you with the funds you need. find out more
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Online Bookkeeping: How It Will Simplify Your Life
Bookkeeping requires maintaining a balance sheet and income statement, tracking payments to suppliers and accounts receivable, and keeping meticulous payroll and tax records.
If it all seems like too much, online bookkeeping can be a lifesaver for small businesses.
Bar Survival Guide: How to Keep the Taps On During the First Year of Business
Who hasn't been at a fantastic bar and thought, hey I could do this? For some, the thought is a dream turned reality when they actually open up their own bar. However, opening a bar is no guarantee of success. The following are seven tips to help you survive the first year of being a bar owner.
How to Start an LLC, LLP or LP, and Which One Is Right for You
Choosing the right type of legal business structure can help ease the pains of new startups and continue success for expanding companies. Before applying for a small business loan to start or continue a company, see how LLCs, LLPs and LPs differ and how to start each one.