Business Resource Center

Need Help Paying Taxes? Consider Taking Out a Loan

Borrowing money to pay taxes may seem a bit unusual, but it is an option that some may consider if they are short on funds. Putting of a tax bill is a risky decision to make because there is no room to negotiate the payment terms after the deadline. If you have a tax...

Expanding Your Business? What Type of Loan is Right for You?

Acquiring funds for the expansion needs of your business can be difficult, especially if you are a small business with not much to show in terms of credit worthiness. If you have a bad credit score, banks would automatically turn you down, without even a second look....

Business Credit Line or Loan, Which is Right for You?

  Once you are ready to take your business to the next level by obtaining high level financing, the next step is to decide which type of funding is the best option for you.  Two of the most common types of small business credit are lines of credit and loans....

How To Best Utlize Your Business Loan

When accepting a loan for your small business, never forget that this is a loan and not a golden ticket to explore the world. The money should be considered a tool to help you to grow. Spend the money on things that will gain you a return. In other words it is time to...

The Key to Your Model of Success Could be a Merchant Cash Advance

The Advanced Funds Network (AFN) has become synonymous with unsecured financing options like the merchant cash advance. While lending is an essential part of what our company does, we also understand that good business practices extend beyond the financial realm. To...

Top 5 Uses for your Merchant Cash Advance

The lifeline of merchant cash advances has been used by successful stores nationwide, but many business owners say the hardest part of getting an advance is knowing how to use it wisely. This article has the expert advice you’ve been looking for. We’ll review the top...

Top 3 Reasons Merchant Advance Loans Have Increased in 2011

In these challenging economic times, small and medium-sized businesses have experienced difficulty obtaining loans and lines of credit.  Since the collapse of Wall Street in 2008 and the subsequent slow recovery, businesses have experienced two phenomena: Lower profit...