Finance: How to Get the Dough When the Bank Says No

Normally, we comment on articles that have occurred in the national or international press on the topic above that we’ve blogged about, but there just isn’t much discussion of lending problems to smaller businesses of less than 50 employees. NFIB did a good study by state, which alluded to small business lending in problems in states with real estate problems, such as Arizona, California and Nevada, but that’s about it. Mid-tier banks continue to be the source of lending to smaller banks.

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13 Responses to Finance: How to Get the Dough When the Bank Says No

  1. asechmentor@gmail.com says:

    There was a good article in the NY Times online section today about lack of credit scores and collateral, and, while the comments in the article by Uvi Kassan are quite valid, the article still missed the point that if you want the money, you’ve got to have a plan for what you will do with the money and how you’ll repay it.

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  5. asechmentor@gmail.com says:

    And, don’t forget about policy loans on your life insurance, if you have any, but your insurance agent and his company might not be too fond of the whole idea.

  6. asechmentor@gmail.com says:

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  7. asechmentor@gmail.com says:

    And, one of our readers suggested policy loans on your life insurance policies, but at least one major mutual company isn’t too fond of the idea, so be careful and read the policy language carefully.

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