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To cement our commitment to fueling America’s small business engine, Guidant has pledged to deploy approximately $350 million in small business financing by the end of 2015.
Rollovers for Business Start-ups allow entrepreneurs to invest their IRA and 401(k) retirement funds into a business or franchise – without taking a distribution or getting a loan.
SBA loans are guaranteed by the Small Business Administration (SBA). Since the SBA guarantees up to 75% of the loan amount in the event of default, lenders are able to provide small business loans at extremely attractive rates and terms to start-ups, franchises and existing businesses.
Securities-based lending allows entrepreneurs to borrow against their personal stocks, bonds and mutual funds – without selling them – and use the proceeds as business funding.
An unsecured loan can be a fast funding option for a new business or franchise. Because these loans don't require any collateral, they’re available to those with great personal credit.
Equipment depreciates over time, so entrepreneurs may elect to lease their equipment rather than purchasing it outright.