Frequently Asked Questions
- What can I do on BusinessMoneyToday.com?
- What Does BusinessMoneyToday.com offer?
- What information do I need in order to apply for a business loan?
- What is Micro-Credit?
- What if I encounter an issue with BusinessMoneyToday.com?
- How can I advertise with BusinessMoneyToday.com?
- Will BusinessMoneyToday.com disclose any of my personal information?
What can I do on BusinessMoneyToday.com?
We are a business capital information portal with the unique mission of helping business owners find and obtain the business capital they need to start, grow and succeed. We know that you are extremely busy running your business. So, let us take care of much of the burden of seeking additional funding while you continue to grow your company.- Back To Top -
What Does BusinessMoneyToday.com offer?
We are committed to helping your company find the money it needs to grow and prosper. We offer stress-free access to lenders and other money providers that have funds and who want to help you achieve the next stage in your business's development. Further, we offer advice and guidance to ensure that you get the best deal for you and your business.- Back To Top -
What information do I need in order to apply for a business loan?
We only ask for the most basic personal and business information to be able to match you to a lender. We do NOT ask for your Social Security Number of other sensitive information.
However, typically, all money lenders / bankers / loan officers will require (if you have these):
- Personal financial statements;
- Tax returns for past two years from the business;
- Personal tax returns for the past two years;
- Information about how your business collect customer's payments;
- Current financial statements (Profit and Loss Statement and Balance Sheet) or for a new start-up, a business plan with financial projections.
What is Micro-Credit?
Micro-credit is great for businesses that only need a small amount of funding at the time of request. These lenders, mostly sanctioned by the SBA or other Government entities, lend small amounts (usually not to exceed $35,000 for start up businesses and $50,000 for established companies). Typically, in the beginning, they lend very small amounts - say $10,000 to $15,000. Once this initial amount is repaid, they will lend more. According to the SBA, the average initial micro loan is around $13,000.- Back To Top -
What if I encounter an issue with BusinessMoneyToday.com?
Please contact us immediately - click here - to email us. We will contact you ASAP and help to ensure all problems are resolved.- Back To Top -
How can I advertise with BusinessMoneyToday.com?
To send us an email about advertising on our site - click here -- Back To Top -
Will BusinessMoneyToday.com disclose any of my personal information?
We look forward to being your Business Money Network!