Learn how to better understand and manage your finances and access financing through Amira's story example.
Here you will find a sample application for a business loan prepared by a company making T-shirts and uniforms. Review the sample and draft your own application
Learn about how to create and analyze your balance sheet, which is a snapshot of your business at a certain point in time.
Review this business plan prepared by a company making T-shirts to guide you in preparing your own business plan.
Use this worksheet to plan your cash flow.
To be approved for a business loan, you will be scheduled for an interview with a loan officer. This loan interview preparation kit lists talking points for you
Find here an overview of all financial elearning videos.
Learn about the do's and don'ts when looking for equity financing.
Learn how equity financing works and when it might be right for your business.
For your business loan application to be approved, it is important to take time to prepare for an interview with a loan officer. You may find it useful to review these helpful tips for a loan interview.
Learn the basics of applying for a loan, including how to determine whether you need a loan, and what banks require for providing a business loan.
Learn how to obtain long-term and short-term financing for your business needs.
Learn how to create and analyze an income statement in order to help you plan the future of your business.
Use this income statement template to help you compute your net income.
Find tools and tips to become the master of your business financial success
Find tools and tips to help you as you manage your growth day to day challenges and opportunities.
Explore alternative financing models.
Are you ready to apply for a credit? Evaluate yourself in terms of capacity, cash flow, capital, collateral, character, conditions, and commitment.
Learn how to create a cash flow statement and what to do if your business falls short of cash.
Meet entrepreneurs who are at crossroads of their business life. See what worked or didn’t work for them, as you prepare your own business for important steps.