Category Archives: Small Business

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Why Financing 3D Printers Matters

I mentioned in a previous post about how a 3D printer made a small, obscure part for a friend of mine. Then I said, almost jokingly, how I did notice more and more companies buying 3D printers, and I should do a post about it. Well, here it is. I want to start by going back a bunch… Read More »

Why July is a Great Time to Finance Equipment

Happy summer, everyone. Here we are in July, and yes, it’s a great time to finance equipment (leasing too). Let’s see why: Let me start with vacation. Summertime, and July in particular, are big time vacation months. The sun is shining everywhere, the kids are out of school, and there’s a nice little July 4th Holiday to work… Read More »

Halfway Home!

We’re six months into 2017, so let’s take a look at the year so far and comment on a few things. If you read here, you know I loath to get political, so I’ll refrain from any straight politics and policies. But I have to say that the small business community continues to be enthused at the general… Read More »

Why June is a Great Time to Finance Equipment

June is a great month for equipment financing. And June 2017 is especially good. Let’s go over a few reasons. My last blog post touched on rates and rate increases, and that should give you pause right now. Take it from your prediction maven Fletch – rates will have one more increase this year. So locking in right… Read More »

Equipment Financing, Rates, and Acting Now

Let’s talk about rates and equipment financing for a minute, and trying to get the best deal you can for yourself. Rates on any type of lending are affected by the Federal Reserve Rate (aka, “the Fed”). If that goes up, banks and other lenders raise their rates. When the Fed goes down, lending rates lower. The actual… Read More »