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3 Steps for Financing Your Small Business

To secure financing for a small business, there are a few steps to ensure this important decision is approached in the most successful way possible.

Incorporate Working Capital Loans In Your Business Plan

Business owners deal with three common issues when creating their 12-month business plans. Can working capital loans help you overcome these stumbling blocks?

Equipment Financing and Working Capital Loans

Use financing to pay off your equipment while also using a working capital loan to cover growth expenses. Here’s how.

Need a Working Capital Loan?

Here are four questions to help you decide whether the loan makes sense for your business right now.

Applying for a Working Capital Loan

Here’s what Marlin's analysts look for when reviewing applications.

4 Advantages of Working Capital Loans

Marlin's working capital loans for small businesses offer several advantages to owners needing quick cash.

Working Capital Dos and Don'ts

Learn the benefits and pitfalls of working capital loans, and how they can help your small business bridge gaps and grow.

4 Ways Working Capital Loans Fund Growth

You don’t have to front personal money to finance an expansion project. A working capital loan for small business can help you grow even when low on cash.

#MarlinLovesSB Small Business Saturday 2020

Despite the pandemic and social distancing restrictions, Marlin will always take the time to support local small businesses. #MarlinLovesSB

3 Values Emerge in Chaos: Our Pandemic Story

As a small business lender, Marlin was in the middle of the storm of the pandemic’s effects on the economy. CEO Jeff Hilzinger shares our story and outlines how COVID-19 has fueled a transformation at Marlin.

Marlin CEO talks digitization in podcast episode

Jeff talks leading Marlin through the early days of COVID-19 — and leveraging 2020's challenges to fuel a digital transformation.

How to Shop Small in 2020

Here are 4 clever ways to have a socially distant experience on Small Business Saturday, Nov. 28.