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About David Surrusco

David Surrusco is a Content Writer at National, best known for his work in creating what has become the best blog regarding business growth known to mankind: The National Advisor.

The Easiest SBA Loan to Qualify For: The New Hybridge SBA™

It used to be that even if a company showed strong promise in their sales, or boasted a credit score that would make the richest and stingiest bankers weep into their gold-dusted ice cream, something as small as a tax lien would turn into a mountainous roadblock between a business owner and the Small BusinessRead More

What’s a Hybridge SBA Loan™, and How Does it Work?

National Business Capital & Services is proud to introduce the Hybridge SBA™ Loan: a new SBA financing product with higher approval, streamlined processing, and immediate access to funding – all with larger offers, lower rates and longer terms than standard SBA loans. It’s already been featured on a ton of major news sites across the nation forRead More

National Business Capital Releases the Hybridge™ SBA Loan

A Brand New Financial Product In a time when the SBA loan process is notoriously difficult for small business owners, National Business Capital would like to introduce a brand new innovative business financing package: the Hybridge™ SBA Loan: the fastest, easiest way for business owners to get the SBA financing they need, when they needRead More

Small Business Optimism Breaks Record Highs!

HEY SMALL BUSINESS OWNER, Have you been feeling especially optimistic lately? Feeling some extra pep in your step? Does the future of your business look all sunshine and rainbows? Guess what—you’re not the only one! In fact, according to the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB), small business optimism nationwide has risen to the secondRead More

Prepare for Business Tax Season LIKE A BOSS

You know the old saying—death and taxes, yadda yadda yadda. The truth is, getting your business taxes done right and on time doesn’t have to be such a morbid concept. Actually, after reading this article, preparing your business to take on the 2018 tax season like the boss you are should seem like a prettyRead More

Manufacturers: Top 5 Ways to Gear Up for Summer ‘18

When it comes time to to prepare for the business boom that comes with summer months, manufacturing businesses have a lot of work to do. Not only do they benefit from the boost warm weather brings to any single industry, but to all the industries they manufacture products for. By taking the right preparatory measures,Read More

How to Get Small Business Loans Without Collateral

Like many business owners, you may be facing a relatively short-term expense such as emergency facility repairs or a higher-than-expected tax bill, or you may be focused on a longer-term investment, such as expanding, upgrading, purchasing new equipment, and so on. In these common situations, getting a small business loan without collateral can be aRead More

Construction Business Outlook for Summer 2018

According to statistics from the United States Census Bureau, construction businesses this summer will most likely have more opportunities coming their way than ever before. With the right preparation, construction businesses could be facing their busiest year yet. Without the right financial plan, contractors could be missing out on what is projected to be theRead More

What is a Small Business Loan, and How Do They Work?

What is a Small Business Loan? The phrase “small business loan” is an umbrella term for any funding option designed specifically for small business use. What makes them so great for small businesses? They’re fast, they’re efficient, and they’re easy to get! Flexible terms, minimal requirements, and loose qualifications make small business loans the toolsRead More

Kilauea Volcano Eruption: Emergency 24-Hour Business Funding Options

Over 1,700 people have fled the southeastern region of the Island of Hawaii—the largest of Hawaii’s chain of islands—following the Kilauea volcano eruption. Federal agencies have prepared for the worse, with predictions of widespread public and residential property damage, poisonous gas emissions, earthquakes, severe power outages, wildfires and water supply disruptions having become a reality.Read More

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