funding for small businesses
4 Facts About Funding for Small Businesses

By: Emily Klaus | Marketing Associate Between Google, social media and word-of-mouth, there is a lot of information out there about small business loans. Finding the most accurate, up-to-date information and weeding through financial jargon can be tough, and it can be even more difficult to distinguish myth from fact. We understand that many small...

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4 Tips to Succeed in Your Second-Act Career

By: Emily Klaus | Marketing Associate From early on in our adult working lives, we fantasize about the day we can quit working for good and live off the 30 or so past years of hard work. Retirement seems like the ultimate dream: sleeping in, not having to request off for vacations or sick days,...

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merchant cash advance vs bank loan
Merchant Cash Advance vs Bank Loan: 5 Myths Debunked

By: Allan Thompson | Chief Operating Officer As a business owner, you need to understand the various options available for obtaining funds, including the pros and cons of each. Merchant cash advances are a newer financial product, and they work differently than a traditional bank loan.  Although newer, MCAs are a proven and innovative way...

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positive online reviews
Tips for Building Positive Online Reviews

By: Emily Klaus | Marketing Associate One of the best ways to get customers talking about your business, whether you’re a restaurant, a trucking company or a dentist, is through word of mouth. As consumers and as humans, we inherently take into account the opinions of those we trust, especially when it comes to business...

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business loan alternatives
Business Loan Alternatives Checklist: What You Need to Know

By: Emily Klaus | Marketing Associate Imagine this: a restaurant merchant wants to build a patio before the summer so she has more seating and a unique experience for her patrons. A lawn service owner has doubled his customers in the last year and needs to hire more employees to handle his growing business. Or...

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business loan alternatives
Business Loan Alternatives to Save Your Cash Flow Resolutions in 2017

By: Kenneth Wardle | Chief Executive Officer Business owners often feel their financial planning is challenged by real world, day-to-day ups and downs. At Jet Capital, we understand one of the of the hurdles to efficient cash flow management is often the time consuming process of applying for a small business loan and waiting on...

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funding tools
Know Your Options: Jet Capital Brings New Funding Tools to Small Business

By: Allan Thompson | Chief Operating Officer Between stocking inventory, paying utility bills, hiring a great team and providing competitive compensation, the list of expenses for small business owners can be daunting. Throw in an emergency like broken equipment or a spike in prices, and even the most carefully planned budget is challenged. Entrepreneurs also...

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emergency plans
Getting Ready for the New Year: Emergency Plans and an Annual Insurance Review

By: Allan Thompson | Chief Operating Officer Jet Capital presents our Getting Ready for the New Year series to provide useful information to prepare your business for the year ahead, including risk mitigation with an up-to-date emergency plan and business insurance. See our articles with advice for planning your 2017 budget here and tax planning...

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small business budget
Getting Ready for the New Year: Planning Your Small Business Budget for 2017

By: Kenneth Wardle | Chief Executive Officer As the new year approaches, your small business planning should address some basics including forecasting your budget, reviewing your insurance coverage and emergency planning, organizing for the next tax year, and strategizing for marketing and outreach. Jet Capital presents our Getting Ready for the New Year series to...

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doctors and medical practitioners
Doctors and Medical Practitioners Prepare: Three Things to Watch in 2017

By: Randy Hernandez | Chief Marketing Officer Medical practitioners have to care for their patients, but in a small practice they also have the responsibility of running a business. Keeping up with advances in medical care, the evolution of the insurance landscape, and the day-to-day details of running a practice add up to a demanding...

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