Industry Innovator's New E-Book Details Five Options
SANTA ANA, CA--(Marketwired - December 16, 2016) - Capital Alliance, an industry innovator that is changing the way small business lending is done, announced today it is publishing a resource detailing five common small business loans. The e-book, A Comparison Guide for Picking the Right Small Business Loan, is available for free download at https://www.capitalalliance.com/small-business-loan-comparison-guide.
From time to time, almost all small businesses face cash shortages. Owners can either try to muddle through without sufficient funding or look to outside sources of financing to get the money they need. A variety of loans are available to help small businesses overcome temporary cash flow problems. Capital Alliance's new e-book details a range of loan options and offers pros and cons of each. Among the guide's features:
- Descriptions of five small business loans: traditional bank loans, business lines of credit, merchant cash advances, invoice factoring, and loans from non-bank lenders
- A handy chart comparing the features of these loans
- Five factors small business owners should consider when choosing a loan that is best suited for them
"Many small businesses will encounter the occasional cash crunch; without adequate funding, these businesses might not meet expenses, much less be able to grow," says Tom Hamilton, Vice President of Marketing. "Instead of crossing their fingers and hoping for the best when money is tight, small business owners are better off taking a proactive approach by securing a loan. Our new e-book explores five common small business loans so that readers can determine which option will be most beneficial for their companies."
For more information about this e-book or the services that Capital Alliance offers, visit the company's website at https://www.capitalalliance.com.
About Capital Alliance
The Capital Alliance journey began in 2008 during "The Great Recession" to solve a major problem that small businesses were facing: access to capital. Since then, Capital Alliance has been on a mission to evolve outdated lending models and provide simpler, more efficient ways for small businesses to obtain funding. To date, more than $500 million has been funded to thousands of small businesses across North America. Capital Alliance stays true to its small business roots and has not let success sway its values. For more information, visit https://www.capitalalliance.com.