Tag Archives: Small Business

Can I be Pre-Approved for Equipment Financing?

One question I get asked all the time is “will my company be approved for financing equipment”? Or better still, “can I get a pre-approval for equipment financing?” These are always tricky questions to answer without knowing all the details for a company. However, the questions have merit, and they are asked often enough that yes, there should… Read More »

A Lesson from This Past Holiday Season

I read something interesting the other day. There were the usual “brick and mortar retailers vs. online shopping” articles that crop up right around the holidays, but there was a different tone this year. As reported by CNN Business, brick and mortar retailers fought back against online sellers using “buy online / pick up in store”. This pleased… Read More »

Improve Your Company in Different Ways

I’ve recently written about the strong small business economy, and improving your company. But I realized my thinking was somewhat limited in what I was suggesting. For example, I was discussing adding machines, trucks, etc., and combining such with equipment financing and Section 179. Now, while those are perfectly good ways to improve your business, a strong economy,… Read More »

The Perfect Time to Improve Your Business

In my last post, I reported that small business optimism is at an all-time high. And now I want to discuss a point that all businesses should take into consideration during this excellent wave of optimism and confidence. It’s pretty obvious, but it’s always worth repeating:  it’s time to improve your company. Experts will suggest that any time… Read More »

Business Implications of The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

H.R.1, aka the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, passed, and it means some sweeping changes for businesses. Now I’m not going to comment on the other aspects of the bill, like Health Care, bracket changes for individuals, how much it means to a family of four, and similar. You can find strong opinions on that everywhere online, with… Read More »