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New eBook: The 11 Documents All Businesses Should Have Before Applying for a Loan (And How to Prepare Them)

Georgia McIntyre

Georgia McIntyre

Finance Writer at Fundera
Georgia McIntyre is the resident Finance Writer at Fundera. She specializes in all things small business finance, from lending to accounting. Questions for Georgia? Comment below!
Georgia McIntyre

Ready to start your business loan search?

If you have all your business information and documentation in hand, you are!

But wait… What if you don’t have any documentation up-to-date, ready to go on your computer?

Then you’ll have a fair amount of preparation to do before you dive right into the quest for business funding. Depending on the small business lender you work with, you’ll have a few (or many) documents you’ll need to prepare before you click “submit” on your final loan application.

Your best shot at loan approval comes when you’re fully prepared to apply. To help you get there, we’ve compiled the ultimate list of the 11 documents you should absolutely have ready for your loan application. Download our new eBook to learn …

  • The 7 really essential documents you must have
  • The 4 “just in case” documents you’ll want to have on hand
  • Tips for making sure you’ve got all the info for the easiest application process possible

DOWNLOAD “THE 11 DOCUMENTS ALL BUSINESSES SHOULD HAVE BEFORE APPLYING FOR A LOAN (AND HOW TO PREPARE THEM)” HERE

Editorial Note: Any opinions, analyses, reviews or recommendations expressed in this article are those of the author’s alone, and have not been reviewed, approved, or otherwise endorsed by any of these entities.
Georgia McIntyre

Georgia McIntyre

Finance Writer at Fundera
Georgia McIntyre is the resident Finance Writer at Fundera. She specializes in all things small business finance, from lending to accounting. Questions for Georgia? Comment below!
Georgia McIntyre

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