UCC filings are common practice, especially among small business lenders and merchant cash advance providers. This document establishes a lender’s legal interest in collateral used to secure a business loan. A UCC lien can help your business qualify for financing, but it can present some challenges, too. So it’s important to know how to remove a UCC […]
Being served with a lawsuit for unpaid debt can be scary and stressful. However, it’s important not to panic. What you do next is extremely important. And knowing how to answer a lawsuit for debt collection will mean the difference between successfully resolving your debt or facing severe financial consequences. So if there’s a debt […]
If you’ve considered a debt settlement before, you may be wondering, “What percentage should I offer to settle my debt?” While there is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, there are a few guidelines that you can follow to help you come up with a number that works for you. In light of that, we […]
If you’re struggling with merchant cash advance (MCA) debt, you may be tempted to look into a way to consolidate MCA loans to get some relief. Merchant cash consolidation might seem like a helpful way to manage your current debt and make it out with your business intact. But these transactions can ultimately make things […]
Defaulting on credit card debt is something you want to avoid. Of course, sometimes the unexpected happens, and you may face financial hardship, making it difficult to stay on top of credit card bills. If that’s the case, learning how to prevent credit card default is important. Or if you’ve already defaulted on your credit […]
Understanding business debt collection laws is necessary for small- to medium-sized business owners navigating the complexities of commercial debt. These laws protect companies and customers. They also uphold a just and proper atmosphere for all those engaged in the debt recovery process. This blog post will delve into various aspects of federal and state-level legislation […]
As a small business owner, sometimes you need extra business funding to keep operating smoothly. Merchant cash advances (MCAs) have become a popular source of fast business financing. Unlike typical bank loans, MCAs are typically repaid with future sales from credit card sales. Unfortunately, they don’t have the same benefits and protections as a traditional […]
Being a small business owner often comes with many ebbs and flows. Sometimes your cash flow hits a snag or unexpected expenses come up suddenly. These situations can leave you strapped for cash, which can make paying your bills difficult. If you find yourself in this situation, you may wonder what options you have. Business […]
It’s common for a small business owner in need of cash to turn to a merchant cash advance (MCA). This form of alternative financing is designed to help startups, small companies, and other businesses come up with extra funds when cash flow is tight and needed fast. Business owners can receive an advance in exchange […]
Running a business is often an all-consuming endeavor. But while hopes are often high among entrepreneurs, the fact is that many businesses struggle. According to the Small Business Administration, 50% of small businesses fail in the first five years. Even if you’re still around, you may have needed to turn to high-interest debt like merchant […]
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