Business Tax Deductions: Do You Qualify?

According to the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB), the state of the current economy is the best it’s been in over thirty years for businesses nationwide. This is largely due to new economic policies put into place by Trump’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, including business tax deductions, and less government regulation.   Does yourRead More

3 Best Practices When Getting a Loan to Buy a Business

While acquiring an organization is a complex undertaking that can take years to move from concept to completion, getting a loan to buy a business can and should be a relatively straightforward process. Here are three best practices to help you move forward effectively, efficiently and successfully: 1. Identify and Confirm the Strategic Value BeforeRead More

How to Get a Business Loan with Low Credit

If you have low a credit score, then be assured you aren’t alone. In fact, nearly one-third of U.S. adults have a credit score under 601, and the proportion is rising each year. With such a large population of U.S. adults having low credit scores, you’d think that banks would be more accommodating of smallRead More

Leading Business Financing Company Launches Online Incentive Opportunity

National Business Capital Spearheads Affiliate Program September 22, 2016 – Bohemia, NY   National Business Capital (NBC), a leading alternative lender, today announced it has introduced another program to assist companies in obtaining the working capital they require to succeed. The program invites interested business-owners to partner with the company’s high-converting affiliate program to offer NBC’sRead More

Can Bad Credit Business Borrowers Be a Good Investment?

For example, take alternative business lender OnDeck. This company may lend to businesses with a FICO score as low as 500, as long as the business is at least 1 year old and generating more than $100K in annual revenues. They have coined their own score called the OnDeck Score, which company staff when evaluatingRead More

National Business Capital Business Loans Recognized by Newsday

Ready for some good news? Small and medium-sized businesses on Long Island are finding it easier to obtain business loans than they have in the recent past. Bankers report that they are lending more because both banks and local businesses are healthier. More good news for people on the search for business loans is thatRead More

National Business Capital prepares medical community for new changes

National Business Capital, an alternative financing group headquartered in Bohemia, New York, announced today that the firm is prepared to assist members of the medical community through its specialized Loans for Doctors and Equipment Financing programs. These financing options are in response to the shift in healthcare toward greater technology-focused diagnoses, applications, equipment and treatments.Read More

5 Reasons Talent Acquisition Is About More Than Luck

Most recruiters have said it at some point in their career: “I’m so lucky I found that candidate. He’s going to knock everybody’s socks off.” But in reality, being able to consistently find great talent has little to do with luck. Solid talent acquisition requires a strategic plan and directive. Read more

Why fewer women are starting businesses — and how to reverse it

Media headlines routinely trumpet the era of the entrepreneur. Lately, that attention tilts more toward the males, who take new ideas and turn them into viable commercial enterprises. Recent data indicates the number of women starting new businesses has leveled off considerably. And, if true, there are plenty of reasons why, ranging from various financialRead More

10 reasons tipping could be going extinct

Tipping in the U.S. is deeply ingrained in American culture, dating back hundreds of years. And although it was met with opposition initially, tipping has stuck around for all these years. But, of course, everything has its heyday — and tipping in the U.S. just might be at its downfall, particularly in the restaurant sceneRead More

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