November is Business Banker and Commercial Lender Appreciation Month!

Thank You for supporting Small Businesses! Business Banking Professionals do a LOT to help small companies, which are the backbone of our economy.  So the team at Complete Business Capital is celebrating your work and contributions this month with a...

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Helping with PPP Loans

The COVID-19 pandemic hit a lot of small businesses hard. The mandatory shut downs and shelter in place orders meant many companies didn't have income and could not pay staff. For them, the SBA's Paycheck Protection Program...

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3 Steps to Recession Proof Your Company

The Federal Reserve’s surprise Rate Cut on March 3rd was a warning to small businesses.  They did it to help the economy power through the anticipated global recession due to the coronavirus.  Typically, they are slow to address problems, but they actually...

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Accounts Receivable: Making Things Easier for Small Businesses

Running a small business means requires you to wear many hats at the same time. If your accounts receivable hat is weighing you down, consider these tips to make your life easier. Improve Your Internal Processes Take a good hard look...

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Getting a Grasp on Business Credit Ratings

Credit can be confusing, especially when there are multiple agencies reporting different numbers from different calculations. Here is a breakdown of what your business credit ratings mean and how they affect you as a business owner. Credit Ratings Defined Your credit...

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6 Reasons to Use Asset Based Lending

Asset based loans are great for companies that are willing to put their assets up as security in order to bring in more capital. In order for small businesses to flourish, a steady stream of cash flow needs to...

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Buying Profitable Investment Properties

When most people talk about building their portfolios, they usually talk about purchasing stocks and bonds. However, another way to build your investments is to acquire real estate. This is often a much more profitable venture than going into...

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Beware of Build Out Costs

When you move into a new company location, customizing the interior to look and feel like your business while meeting customer or staff needs, is important.  This build out process can get expensive very fast and cripple young companies. ...

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Franchise Financing: What You Need Before You Apply

If you are serious about opening a franchise and need some help getting started, first make sure you have all your financial ducks in a row. Here are a few things you need to do before applying for franchise...

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Customer Invoices: How to Handle Accounts Receivable

You work hard to provide the best products and services to your customers, but one kind of work that shouldn’t have to be hard is getting paid. In an ideal world, your company would simply send an invoice and...

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