Financing Your Main Street Business—Business Fuel Podcast #63

  • January 21st, 2014
  • Ty Kiisel

A discussion about the options available to small business owners to finance their Main Street business

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It’s no secret to anyone that credit is tight for the Main Street businesses you and I identify with. Today’s podcast is a discussion of the book, Getting a Business Loan: Financing Your Main Street Business. We’ll discuss many of the options a small business owner can employ to finance his or her business if the bank says no. We’ll talk about building a relationship with the banker, the SBA, merchant cash advance, ACH cashflow loans, equipment loans, and other non-traditional financing.

About the Author

  • Ty Kiisel

Small business evangelist and veteran of over 30 years in the trenches of Main Street business, Ty makes small business financing and trends accessible in common sense language devoid of the jargon.

Comments

  1. hello! my name is John Loewe of Lions Crest Enterprise, LLC and I am in what seems like a futile attempt to attain funding. I found a great deal on a motel, established about 30 years ago with a NOI of appx. $160,000.00. a majority of its customers are long term stays. I am a veteran, a hard motivated worker, with a plethora of experience. what I do not have is hundreds of thousands laying around for down money.
    Please, at your convenience, I am respectfully requesting a bit of your time for a chance to chat about my situation.
    Thank you in advance for your valuable time.

  2. Yes I would like to no who I can fine to help me to get a loan for me a dually truck and a 40 in gooesnech .

  3. Hi Ty, 28 year old female bad credit who small commercial cleaning business is slow I’ve put $8,000 dollars into the company now bills are stacking higher than I’m earning banks denied me programs I don’t qualify I’ve applied for grants for start up backing or capital NOTHING is working please help!! Thanks

  4. I’m already registered with “Lendio” , and now I need to know what to do next. I’ve heard about ” crowdfunding “, but I do not understand how it works, or how to begin. For years I’ve been trying to start a “small trucking company”, and tried business plans, grants, and also grants.gov, and quite a few lending agencies and spent quite a lot of money, and now I”m just broke. How does anyone get a business started without capital to get stared? Big banks will not help so where does the average citizen go? I hope you can help me, because I’m about to just give up!

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