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Find the Right Fit for Business Financing

Find the Right Fit for Business Financing

July 16, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Did you know that 80% of small businesses use some type of business financing to grow their business? Unfortunately, since banks reject about 61% of bank loans, many of these business owners are left out in the cold. In this infographic, Business Financial Services highlights small business loans and merchant cash advances as business financing options to help small business owners find the right fit.

The Art and Science of Home Appraisals

The Art and Science of Home Appraisals

May 1, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

On your path to home ownership, finding your dream home is just the start. You need to make sure the loan process goes smoothly and you are able to close your escrow on time. Often, something goes awry and its not uncommon for that “something” to be appraisal. The following infographic goes into the art and science behind home appraisals. We end with giving you inputs on how you can impact the appraisal positively.

Working Capital Loans For Small Business

Working Capital Loans For Small Business

August 5, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

Being a small business and getting on your feet can be hard work. Working capital loans can help. Ironwood Finance provides some reasons why working capital loans might be a good idea for your and your business.

Invoice Factoring vs Small Business Loan

Invoice Factoring vs Small Business Loan

July 29, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

If you are a small business owner and confused between small business loan and invoice factoring for your startup funding, this infographic will help you to know the difference between invoice factoring and a small business loan.

Banking on Education

Banking on Education

June 25, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

America is in a student loan debt crisis. With over $1.1 Trillion in outstanding debt (up from $200 Billion in 2002), we need to start banking on our education. In the following infographic by Democracy for America , earn more about the Bank on Students Loan Fairness Act (proposed for July 1st of this year) and sign the petition. It is time we start valuing our education and students more than big banks.

Your Doctor is Drowning in Debt

Your Doctor is Drowning in Debt

May 20, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

Over 80 percent of medical students and physicians are in debt. Check out the infographic below presented by StudentDoctor.net to see the numbers and how it affects medical professionals’ life decisions.

Game of Loans

Game of Loans

March 22, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

Loans.org has compiled information from the Kauffman Foundation and LegalZoom in order to show how gender and age, along with education, were represented among entrepreneurs in 2012. It turns out, while women entrepreneurs tend to be more educated than their male counterparts, they only account for one third of last years’ startup owners. When it comes to finances, entrepreneurs of both genders relied heavily on their own funds rather than using business loans to start their companies.

The Life and Financial Times of the Average Joe

The Life and Financial Times of the Average Joe

June 29, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

Debt, debt, and more debt. Not only is the United States in terrible debt, but many Americans have the looming debt cloud above them as well. The start of it all for many is student loans. Then it seems to go downhill from there. This infographic, courtesy of paydayloan.co.uk, illustrates how the average joe falls into debt so easily.

A Comparative Look At Short Term Lending Rates

A Comparative Look At Short Term Lending Rates

May 8, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

This infographic from Fast Payday Loans looks at the cost of borrowing £100 for a short period of time. the following options are explored: payday loans, authorized bank overdraft, unauthorized bank overdraft and credit card to ascertain which is the cheapest over the period of one week.

Save Over $65,000 On Your Mortgage in 3 Simple Steps

Save Over $65,000 On Your Mortgage in 3 Simple Steps

March 28, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

Sounds to good to be true but in a reality it is not. By simply paying more on your mortgage than your payment structure and allocating that additional payment towards the principle, one can knock a ton of interest off their mortgages. The following infographic published by RateSupermarket.ca explains the process.

Save Over $65,000 On Your Mortgage in 3 Simple Steps

Save Over $65,000 On Your Mortgage in 3 Simple Steps

March 28, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

Sounds to good to be true but in a reality it is not. By simply paying more on your mortgage than your payment structure and allocating that additional payment towards the principle, one can knock a ton of interest off their mortgages. The following infographic published by RateSupermarket.ca explains the process.