Your successful small business generates cash. The growing business, however, often requires more capital to reach projected long-term goals. When you started your new business, you had to invest substantial personal resources. In addition to the cash injection, and a great deal of “sweat equity,” you may have borrowed money in the form of a commercial loan.
What Bankers Look For
Understanding Financial Statements
Hiring an Accountant
Managing Cash Flow
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