Choosing A Better Loan

  • Debt Weight: How To Right Your Financial Ship On Your Own

    8 October 2015

    If you're suffering from debt and its headaches, it can be overwhelming. Often, a person doesn't know how he or she got into this mess nor how to get out of it. It can seem like there are no good answers and certainly no easy or cheap ones. But don't despair -- you can get rid of your debt problem for good, and you can do it on your own. Here are 5 steps to dig yourself out of the debt hole.

  • Ways To Get Faster Accounts Receivable Turnover With Your Company

    6 October 2015

    Management accounting is used to improve the way a business flows, and it relies heavily on the financial information of the company. Management accountants use financial statements to calculate ratios, and the ratios are analyzed to find areas that need improvement. One area commonly investigated in businesses is accounts receivable. Here are two things to understand about accounts receivable (AR) and how to improve it to help your company operate more efficiently.

  • Equipment Financing: What To Do When Your Credit Is In The Toilet

    1 October 2015

    Starting a business or starting over in business is never easy. You are always worried how you will manage to pay for all of the equipment you need. If you finance, you have to be mindful of previous setbacks and how they reflect on your credit. If your personal credit score is already so low, you may have even more difficulty securing the funds for your business venture. Thankfully, there are ways around personal credit problems.

  • Short Term Loan Options When You Suffer From Bad Credit

    28 September 2015

    If you need a short term loan and you have bad credit, you may find you have a difficult time. Banks and traditional lenders are going to want to see that you have a history record of paying your debts on time. Showing a low credit score will make it difficult for you to prove your credit worthiness to them. Here is how you can go about getting a short term loan when you don't have the best credit.

  • 4 Ways To Pay Off Your Installment Loan Without Damaging Your Finances

    24 September 2015

    If you ever need a loan, you will likely have to pay off the amount you borrow over a series of months. This kind of loan, called an installment loan, is common when you buy a home, a car, or when you get a personal loan for financial needs. Paying off your loan every month can impose upon your finances if you don't have a plan in place to afford the extra dues each month.