OnDeck has business financing that is tailored for today’s small businesses, with fast access to capital, a streamlined and efficient application process, and service customers rave about. Since 2007, OnDeck has delivered billions of dollars to customers in more than 700 different industries across the United States, Canada, and Australia. The company has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and operates the website BusinessLoans.com which provides credit education and information about small business financing.
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Accessing capital is a challenge for many small business owners—particularly for startups. Of course there are options, but some of them are potentially more risky than others.
Depending upon your lender and the nature of your loan, you may or may not need all of these documents to apply. Regardless of whether or not you need them all, because depending upon the type of lender you choose they may or may not require all of them, it’s a good idea to have this information at your fingertips.
A good personal credit score often leads to more favorable loan terms and lower interest rates. Credit.com recently introduced a Lifetime Cost of Debt calculator that gives you visibility into what credit might cost over your lifetime depending upon your personal credit score.
Your personal credit score is very important for most small business owners looking for a small business loan. Many lenders still use the personal credit score as a go-no-go metric for business loan approval.
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