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When you own a seasonal business, you generally have a small amount of time to turn a profit. If you sell patio furniture, the spring and summer are your best months for revenue. If you lease and sell snow plows, it tends to be the opposite. Running a seasonal business
Business
When is the last time anyone on your team has reviewed your current leasing process? It’s more than likely it’s not as “current” as you may think. If you’re not on FaaStrak, chances are you are wasting valuable time and missing out on larger margins. If time is money and
Equipment Leasing, Infographic
Every time a financial institution checks your credit, it is logged in your credit report. Too many credit inquiries could damage your score. Some credit inquiries can be harmless. But how do we know the difference? Why are there different credit checks anyway? When you apply for credit (whether that
Business, Credit, Financing
If you have ever been approved for a credit card, a loan, or an equipment lease, a financial institution decided your credit score was high enough to borrow money. But how do you know what’s high enough? What even makes a good credit score in the first place?   A
Credit, Financing
Many business owners do NOT know that business credit is completely different than personal credit. Many small business owners currently use their personal credit to run their day-to-day business operations. However, there are multiple risks in doing so. There are many creditors and lenders who have moved away from looking
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