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The Lender of the Pack: How to Hunt for Business Loans Like an Alpha Dog

The search for a loan is a critical tactic in your business plan. There is a right way to secure business financing that will preserve your lending relationships, maximize your borrowing effectiveness and promote business growth. Be a more durable … Continue reading

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Impress Your Lender With Organized Financial Reporting

Bookkeeping and accounting services exist for the sole purpose of working with financial records. Business executives and owners can leverage their expertise to promote a better business life. The great thing about organized financial records and professional financial statements is … Continue reading

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Celebrating the 75th Anniversary of ProBorrower

Wow, how the time flies!  Today marks a significant milestone in the life of this blog with the 75th post.  I’m a sucker for nostalgia as much as the next person so let’s take a look at the most popular … Continue reading

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Adjusting to a New Reality

It’s a new season for me.  A  lot of changes are happening with amazing force and speed.  I started Shelton Business Services, LLC, a new executive coaching and management consulting business in 2011.  My daughter left home for the U.S. … Continue reading

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How is your Business Borrowing Fitness?

The business borrowing process looks like an Olympic bar bell.  One end is heavily weighted with borrowing preparation and the other end with servicing the loan after closing.  Lift these correctly and you will have a successful borrowing experience.  Lift … Continue reading

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Borrowed Time Has Been Repaid in Memories; Farewell Elizabeth

My daughter leaves for the U.S. Air Force in a couple of days.  The months since she told us she was enlisting have turned into weeks and now days.  Soon we’ll be carefully watching each precious hour that will be poured … Continue reading

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Borrowing Money From Parents for MBA: Good Credit Risk?

Hey dad, can I borrow $150,000 to get my MBA? I can only imagine the reaction from my dad if I asked that question 20 years ago.  What’s the matter kid, did you lose your mind? Bloomberg/Business Week had an … Continue reading

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