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Every small business must contend with the challenges of financing their business operations. Whether you’re just starting up or expanding, business loans are often a critical part of a small business’s success. But what if you are required to personally guarantee the loan? Should you?

One of the first rules of entrepreneurship is you’re never supposed to mix your business and personal finances.

There are times in the life of any business when it may need an extra boost to help cover costs. This is where a commercial business loan can help. A business loan is a form of funding for commercial organisations rather than for individuals.

Various lenders require different business loan documents. Adam Parker ticks off his business loan checklist.

Whether you need finance to help you expand your business or to buffer you against the tough times, the fact is, if you are looking for funding there are certain foundations you need to lay.

For many small business owners, business loans are critical to financing company growth and development. The savviest entrepreneurs keep their eye on the market and monitor for opportunities to score better loan interest rates or find payment terms that better match company needs.

Fintech is a short form of financial technology. It’s a wave that has turned the financial industry services on its head. Developments in this space have gathered pace in recent years. PWC predictions for 2020 show a wave that’s not about to slow down anytime soon.

Former Ireland rugby captain Jamie Heaslip discusses why he was drawn to a career with a fintech start-up and how he plans to strengthen Flender’s brand in the coming months.

Small firms are applying for new finance to manage cash flow rather than to invest in their businesses, according to new research which further exposes the late payments crisis.

The approval percentage for small business loan applications at big banks ($10 billion+ in assets) rose one-tenth of a percent to 28.3% in January 2020, setting  another new post-recession record high, according to the most recent Biz2Credit Small Business Lending Index™.

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