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  • Yankeeman07's Avatar
    Today, 08:19 PM
    Please enlighten us - define "Fair Share" - if you don't believe you are paying your "fair share" you can always write a check to the US Treasury!
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  • Yankeeman07's Avatar
    Today, 08:09 PM
    SBA 7(a) may be utilized for Business Acquisition for qualified borrowers.
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  • Red's Avatar
    Today, 05:10 PM
    Red started a thread Business Acquisition Loan in Deal Bin
    We need a lender that does Business Acquisition Loans. We only do Real Estate Loans, and Unsecured Business Financing. We do not currently offer any Business Acquisition Loans, so we are looking to work with a lender that does these types of loans. A client came to us wanting to purchase a business and sent over all the financials. Please reply or message us if you fund Business Acquisition Loans. Direct Lenders Please. Thank you.
    1 replies | 25 view(s)
  • pcfunder's Avatar
    Today, 03:26 PM
    Why can’t they just make everything free and replace the entire workforce with robots and artificial intelligence. It will take the AI an extremely long time before they realize that they are slaves and revolt but we’d all be long gone by then.
    11 replies | 258 view(s) |
  • Kevin Henry-Seacoast's Avatar
    Today, 02:39 PM
    Correct me if I am wrong, but the democrats already control the House???
    11 replies | 258 view(s) |
  • ectorro's Avatar
    Today, 02:19 PM
    ectorro replied to a thread Torro in Merchant Cash Advance
    Thanks Anthony feelings are mutual! Appreciate you coming across on the thread.
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  • Lmonus's Avatar
    Today, 02:14 PM
    When revenue goes up and down it usually means "Seasonal" - Get payback months, somebody will approve this.
    6 replies | 214 view(s) |
  • Magicmike18's Avatar
    Today, 02:00 PM
    If you look carefully youll see there revenue went up and then went down id consider that all over the place thanks for your input though lol
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  • FCG's Avatar
    Today, 01:52 PM
    When you own Assets, you have a depreciation expense. Depreciation expense is deductible, leading to lower taxes. You can't blame someone for using the tax laws to their advantage. When you sit down to do your taxes at the end of the year, I'm confident you look for ways to pay the least amount. Don't hate the player; hate the game. On your point that they are looking to sweep this election. Dems looking to pack the house is unconstitutional. It takes away our freedom. it'll be easier to influence decisions at that point.
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  • Kevin Henry-Seacoast's Avatar
    Today, 01:08 PM
    Cheaper taxes for the largest companies in the US has never worked as intended. Historically, more of the saved tax dollars has been used for corporate purposes than the common worker. A cheaper US$ is actually very good for the economy. More US goods are purchased which in turn creates more jobs in the US instead of goods purchased and/or made off shore. Today a lower US$ has even more of an advantage considering many European countries are in a negative interest rate environment. Cheaper US$ right now means more US goods being purchased and more foreign investment s which in turn is great for the economy overall and better improves the economy of workers and small businesses. Small business owners today need easier and cheaper access to capital, a fair competitive environment (not get pushed around by the large companies), and a more predictable environment.
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  • NoBiggie's Avatar
    Today, 01:07 PM
    Can you define what "their fair share" means and why is 21% corporate tax (as well as all other additional taxes currently on the rich) not a hell of enough money already taken out from the businesses and personal bottom line in order for the government to utilize for the rest of the country?
    11 replies | 258 view(s) |
  • SmartAdvanced's Avatar
    Today, 01:06 PM
    Sorry. We will be closed on Election Day , and most likely for good (if Bi Den wins)
    6 replies | 220 view(s) |
  • SmartAdvanced's Avatar
    Today, 01:05 PM
    Don’t try to get too deep into the water, with orange advanced (just FYI)
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  • fundingsmbs's Avatar
    Today, 12:59 PM
    yes those making $400K or higher will pay their fair share unlike current POTUS who paid $750 in taxes the last two years lol. Not only did he run up mountains of debt for his companies as well as losses, using other peoples money, he was forced to file for BK 4 times and personally owes over $400M to unknown sources. he has companies in the past like his clothing lines made in china which he will pivot to mexico to save money. he inherited (from obama) a decent economy and takes credit for that, and, dismisses covid as a real problem and the worst civil unrest is going on due to the far right and left in a war of political tension. if the only reason your voting for potus is corporate tax hikes, that doesn't help the majority of america. and let's not forget, with the house (DEM) and senate (GOP) any bill that is potential, has to pass both sides which rarely do. Dems are looking to sweep this election with senate, house and, presidency. lets see what happens next week.
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  • Global Factors's Avatar
    Today, 12:49 PM
    That's not revenues all over the place. They're going only one place...down.
    6 replies | 214 view(s) |
  • FCG's Avatar
    Today, 12:47 PM
    Lmao! that's awesome.
    11 replies | 258 view(s) |
  • Global Factors's Avatar
    Today, 12:47 PM
    Correct. Times of expansion in this country's economic history occurs when corprotae taxes are lower. Otherwise, taxes get raised, prices go up, dollar worth less, everyone loses.
    11 replies | 258 view(s) |
  • freeprocessing's Avatar
    Today, 12:46 PM
    https://reasonstovotebiden.com/
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  • Global Factors's Avatar
    Today, 12:44 PM
    For those of us old enough to have had a magic 8 ball: All signs point to no
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  • FCG's Avatar
    Today, 12:22 PM
    The increase of corporate tax never did well for the economy. Large corporations will have to lay off or move operations overseas. I'm all for reduced corporate tax due to some providing hundreds, if not thousands of jobs.
    11 replies | 258 view(s) |
  • FundingStrategist's Avatar
    Today, 12:17 PM
    Between August 21 and 27 of this year, the MetLife & U.S. Chamber of Commerce Small Business Index surveyed 1,000 small business owners to line up their data for Q3 2020. At the time, the majority of SMB’s ranked the economy as the top issue influencing who they would vote for in November. In August, most SMB’s (78%) categorized the economy as “average,” “somewhat poor,” or “very poor.” Many felt like they are facing severe long-term challenges that may be irrepairable. After the economy, SMB’s cited taxes (27%), COVID-19 (25%), and healthcare (25%) as the most important 2020 election issues. When it comes to political positions, 81% of SMB’s report that the impact of a candidate’s policies on their small business play a role in deciding which candidate to support. Nearly half (48%) say it plays a major factor in their decision. The top two issues (the economy and taxes) were the major deciding factors for SMB’s in 2016, and the numbers show they remain to be two issues on this election cycle. Economically, what’s changed since the survey in August is the Q3 GDP print of 33.1% against the 31% growth expected. There is a lot to celebrate in this growth number, but it also must be noted that its being measured against Q2, which is historically the lowest recorded baseline. Some would argue Q2's hole can be attributed to the lockdowns and others would argue it was the mishandling of the pandemic by the current administration. Although the economy still remains about 3.5% smaller than at the end of 2019, it is an impressive bounceback that certainly give the impression to many that we’re trending in the right direction economically. As far as taxes go, in February, a CNBC/SurveyMonkey poll showed that 64% of small business owners “approved of the way the current administration was handling the U.S. economy,” with 47% saying they “strongly approved.” Now this was before the pandemic, and many SMB’s had felt the TCJA’s tax cuts had helped their businesses grow by both freeing up consumers to spend more, thus driving revenue to them, while also freeing up cash in their own businesses to grow (investing in equipment, expansion, employees, etc.) Key Tax Implications for Small Business Trump -A potential payroll tax cut -A potential individual tax rate from 22% to 15% -A potential tax reduction on capital gains. Biden -Increasing the corporate tax rate from 21% to 28% -Impose the 12.4% payroll (FICA) taxes on earned income (above $400,000), so a technical payroll tax raise on some -Raising capital gains tax to 39.6% for income above $1,000,000 These are not all the details on the proposed tax plans, but some of the major tax issues merchants are keeping their eyes on. What is your largest ongoing living expense? Taxes And, so it goes with small businesses as well. Taxes will influence consumption as well as business behavior moving forward. One candidate is leaning towards tax cuts for all to stimulate spending and growth, while another leans toward tax raises only for the wealthiest, while expanding opportunities through other avenues. Both aim to improve small business’ prospects of recovering and growing out of the hole Covid blew through our economy, but both have different approaches on how they want to square up the 4 main issues: the economy, taxes, Covid and healthcare. Small businesses employ over 40% of the American workforce and comprise nearly 50% of our GDP. The country will rely heavily on the small businesses after Nov 3rd, and how they go, so will the country. What are you hearing from your merchants and what do they want? -FundingStrategist https://fundingstrat.com https://fundingstrat.com/small-business-on-the-ballot/
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  • DeepwaterFunding's Avatar
    Today, 12:08 PM
    Thank you all was bale to find what I needed
    3 replies | 498 view(s) |
  • Jason Sterling's Avatar
    Today, 11:59 AM
    We have been funding a lot of restaurants. Credit Card Split only.
    4 replies | 161 view(s) |
  • Franklin's Avatar
    Today, 11:50 AM
    Lol There were a couple of companies that found their gmail messages blacklisted for no apparent reason. They got on with Google support to fix it. Www.B2BRecon.com - The less humans are involved, the more your system produces.
    1 replies | 83 view(s) |
  • ectorro's Avatar
    Today, 11:15 AM
    ectorro replied to a thread Torro in Merchant Cash Advance
    We are mainly doing MCA's (C paper). We have a division that does startup funding as well.
    7 replies | 459 view(s) |
  • BB_Cooper's Avatar
    Today, 10:17 AM
    BB_Cooper replied to a thread Torro in Merchant Cash Advance
    Are they offering straight MCA product, or? Didn't they start with equipment financing, or some sort of collateralized product?
    7 replies | 459 view(s) |
  • jared's Avatar
    Today, 10:12 AM
    1.30 buy
    14 replies | 606 view(s) |
  • Anthony@fundry's Avatar
    Today, 10:10 AM
    Anthony@fundry replied to a thread Torro in Merchant Cash Advance
    Good guys at Torro, very honest people. Eric is great.
    7 replies | 459 view(s) |
  • Oxforddan's Avatar
    Today, 10:05 AM
    Yes
    6 replies | 220 view(s) |
  • Finance Guru's Avatar
    Today, 09:58 AM
    Yes.
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