What Banks Look for When Making Small Business Loans

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This post will cover how banks make business lending decisions when small businesses apply for credit: personal credit, business cash flows, and business plan.


Erin F.

Erin F.

Tampa, Florida, United States

I specialize in the business side of small business — accounting, finance, and law — along with personal finance issues that impact small business owners such as credit cards and insurance. My clients include accounting firms, law firms, banks, tech companies, and marketing ag...

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