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When is Alternative Financing a Better Choice Than an SBA Loan?

Posted by Mulligan Funding Blog Team on August 11, 2017

Getting financing is a normal part of running a small business. Helping your business grow and succeed is all about ensuring you have the necessary capital on hand when you need it. Of course your own profits will be able to keep you moving, but when it’s time to grow, many small businesses realize that they lack the liquid assets to do what needs to be done. That’s when it’s time to start looking for a loan.

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Topics: alternative business funding, alternative business financing

The Benefits of Alternative Business Funding

Posted by Mulligan Funding Blog Team on June 6, 2017

Business owners often seek alternative business funding to support their venture at some point because it’s so difficult to obtain business capital loans from banks. No matter how long you’ve been in business, you’ll need working capital to sustain and grow your business.

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Topics: alternative business funding, Business capital loans

Used Restaurant Equipment Can Save Your Business Money

Posted by Mulligan Funding Blog Team on May 11, 2017



One of the single biggest investments that running a successful restaurant requires is the purchase of the proper equipment. As a restaurant owner, finding and purchasing used restaurant equipment for sale, could end up saving you a significant amount of money. In fact, there are many potential benefits to purchasing used equipment.

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Topics: alternative business funding, used restaurant equipment, Used restaurant equipment for sale, Restaurant equipment for sale

Alternative Business Funding Advantages

Posted by Rick Nischalke on March 17, 2017

At some point most business owners are forced to look for alternative business funding sources to fund their business. Many, end up using their personal assets (credit cards, savings, investments, home equity loans, etc.) to provide working capital for their business. If you've been in business for any length of time, you can probably relate!

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where having access to additional capital quickly for your business would be helpful, but your bank was unwilling to help you? Working capital loans don't have to be hard to get. 

Let’s examine the difference between traditional and alternative business funding options.

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Topics: alternative business funding, working capital loans

Business Funding Advice from the Experts

Posted by Rick Nischalke on October 5, 2016

At some point in their business career, most business owners are forced to use their personal assets (credit cards, savings, investments, home equity loan, etc.) to provide working capital to fund their business. If you've been in business for any length of time, you can probably relate.

If you've ever found yourself needing access to additional capital quickly for your business, you probably know that there’s plenty of  business funding advice available on the web. However, there are times that it can be difficult to determine the difference between misleading information that can harm your business and insightful and accurate information that can help your business.

So whether you're in need of a quick infusion of capital now or just want to be prepared for a future need, here’s a rundown of the key factors we share with business owners that ask us for expert business funding advice:

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Topics: Working Capital, Business Loans, business funding, alternative business funding, working capital loans