March 2019 – TopMark Funding Archive -

Month: March 2019


Finance & Leasing Information
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Driver Assist Systems: Do They Always Work?

Operating a vehicle (especially a large semi truck!) comes with a lot of responsibility. Often, the main focus for semi truck drivers is ensuring safety while handling such heavy equipment. Watching blind spots, dealing wind pushing your possibly hazardous equipment, and little cars zipping around? It's a dangerous place on the roads. Manufacturers are looking to help drivers by decreasing the risk of danger and accidents. How? By making things a bit more automated. With the goal of safety in...
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Finance & Leasing Information
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Equipment Leasing: Why You Should Consider It

You need new equipment. You have a tight budget. But you can’t work with outdated machines. What are you supposed to do? There comes a point for every business where you eventually have to think about leasing, financing, or taking out a business loan. It’s time to think about why you should consider equipment leasing. Top Reasons to Go With Equipment Leasing When you choose an equipment lease, you’re agreeing to rent equipment for a specific amount of time instead of buying it outright. You’ll...
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Finance & Leasing Information
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How to Get A Loan with a Bad Credit Score

Your company is doing well. Sales are coming in. Production is in progress. Clients are calling. And you’re going to keep growing. You need a business loan to keep growing. But it’s in the back of your mind: you’ve got a low credit score. Try as you might to not think about it, when you go to apply for a loan, it’s going to be one of the first things that most lending companies will notice. But you need your money. So, what do you do? How do you get a loan with a bad credit score? Tips to Get a...
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Finance & Leasing Information
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Fleet Financing: What To Look for In a Loan

The time has never been better to look into fleet financing. Low-interest rates and high approval rates? That should be music to your ears. This is an optimal time to get your business the equipment it needs. Especially if you’re looking to expand your fleet, it’s almost impossible to fund your vehicles all on your own. You need to keep your fleet reliable, updated, and on an upward trajectory. But every fleet is not alike. You have to decide when you need your vehicles and which ones you ...
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Construction
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Laws, Tariffs, and the Political Environment are Affecting Construction

What’s on the horizon for the construction industry? New laws and political agendas are constantly affecting the way that the industry has to be run, the projects available, and the amount of money that construction workers are given by the government.   The future of the industry is bright, though. Construction is about 14.7% of the GDP. And $57 trillion dollars in infrastructure needs to be created by 2030 to keep up with the GDP’s global growth. Yeah, that’s trillion. Bills, Bi...
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Finance & Leasing Information
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5 Signs You’re Ready to Apply for Small Business Financing

Small Business Financing: The First Step The first sign you’re probably ready to apply for small business financing is probably the fact that you’re looking at this article. If it’s on your mind that you might need extra capital to expand your business, congrats! It just might be time. Almost all small businesses apply for a loan at some point or another. Here are a few more signs that it’s time to apply for financing, besides the more obvious ones. Your Credit is Strong Building good cred...
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News
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Uber Vs. A Billion Dollar Trucking Problem

In what world do Uber and freight trucking go together in the same sentence? This one, Uber Freight. In late 2016, Uber officially announced that it was breaking into the trucking game. The Uber Freight platform allows drivers to find loads and drop them off. It basically matches carriers with shippers, and streamlines a process that was much less flexible in the past. So, What’s the Billion Dollar Problem? Often, when truck drivers have to pick up their shipments at warehouses, they have ...
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