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Amazon Can Make You a Small Business Owner for $10,000

If you have $10,000 dollars, and dreams of one day starting your own small business, Amazon has some good news for you. Amazon, the largest and most successful online retail behemoth in existence, announced Wednesday in a press release that they are going to set entrepreneurs up with their very own small delivery businesses forRead More

National Business Capital Chosen to Lead the SBFA Broker Council

For all business owners having trouble telling the good from the bad alternative business financing companies, the team at National Business Capital has some exciting news. On May 11, 2018 the Small Business Finance Association (SBFA) announced the launch of a new initiative called the “SBFA Broker Council” chosen to be led by National BusinessRead More

NBC Honored Lead the Broker Division of the SBFA

WASHINGTON, May 11, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The Small Business Finance Association (SBFA) today announced the launch of a new initiative called the SBFA Broker Council dedicated to bringing together responsible brokers that serve small businesses to focus on creating best practices. The Council is co-chaired by Jared Weitz, founder & CEO of United Capital Source and James Webster, CEO &Read More

Kilauea Volcano Eruption: Emergency 24-Hour Business Funding Options

Over 1,700 people have fled the southeastern region of the Island of Hawaii—the largest of Hawaii’s chain of islands—following the Kilauea volcano eruption. Federal agencies have prepared for the worse, with predictions of widespread public and residential property damage, poisonous gas emissions, earthquakes, severe power outages, wildfires and water supply disruptions having become a reality.Read More

Are Prime Lending Rate Hikes Putting Your Business In Danger?

The Federal Reserve has been steadily raising the prime lending rate since 2017, causing confusion among business owners nationwide. Should you be worried? Use this guide created by NBC’s business financing advisors to make sense of the recent prime lending rate hikes, and find out whether or not your business is in danger.   WhatRead More

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 your businessRead More

The Trade War Begins: Chinese Steel Fights Back

Despite warnings of retaliation from Chinese President Xi Jinping, Trump’s tariffs on foreign metal imports went into effect mid-March. A month later, the Chinese steel industry is now revealing plans to fight back, effectively starting the international “trade war” long-prophesied by expert economists.   NBC is reaching out to as many US manufacturers, construction companiesRead More

The Real Reason Why Toys “R” Us is Closing

You’ve probably heard the sad news already—every child over the age of 20’s favorite toy store Toys “R” Us is closing their doors by June, the latest.   Why? Good question. Every expert economist and business professional has a different opinion as to why Toys “R” Us has reached the point of no return. SomeRead More

Trump’s New Steel Tariffs : Is Your Business Prepared?

President Trump’s aluminum and steel tariffs are leaving the heads of business owners around the world scratching their heads—along with members of his own party. For business owners still curious as to how Trump’s tariffs are affecting their businesses (despite Wilbur Ross’ enlightening soup can analogy), the financing advisors at National Business Capital broke downRead More

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