Madison Taylor

Business Financing Expert | Brand Ambassador | ROK Financial
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Madison Taylor is the Brand Ambassador at ROK Financial. She is responsible for raising brand awareness and business relationships with business owners across the country. Madison loves that she plays a small role in getting Business Back To Business Through Simple Business Financing and looks forward to hearing what you think about the blogs she creates! Madison has been working in the financial space for six years, and loves it! When she is not at work, you will find her at home learning a new recipe to test out on her family or going on new adventures with her friends.

Articles Written By Madison Taylor

The Paycheck Protection Program has been crucial for small businesses weathering the coronavirus pandemic. Given its importance, of this program and the next round of funding it's important for business owners to understand what has changed this time around for the PPP. January 2021 PPP Update Highlights The Department of the Treasury, partnering with the...
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If you’re thinking about taking out a loan for your new retail shop, you might be feeling intimidated: how do you go about securing financing for your small business? Discover how to get a loan for a retail shop, what types of loans are available to you, and how to prepare to qualify in our...
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Veterans looking to launch their own brands should know about the Small Business Administration. President Dwight D. Eisenhower founded this agency in 1953. For decades, it’s helped countless aspiring entrepreneurs get their businesses off the ground, including special guidance for veterans. In this article, you’ll learn everything you need to know about SBA loans for...
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If you run a small business and you're looking for funding to grow it, you may have heard about SBA Loans. You may have some questions about how they work and if they are right for you and your business. What Is an SBA Loan? SBA loans are made in an agreement between the SBA...
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Getting a business loan can be tough. You need collateral to secure the loan and if you’re just starting out or a small business owner that hasn’t accrued collateral yet, this can be an issue. Assets that can be used as collateral buildings, equipment, vehicles, or even accounts receivable. If you aren’t able to pay...
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To put it simply, it depends! Every business’s situation is unique and some of the requirements may be difficult to accomplish. Some of these factors include..your credit score, the quality of your business plan, your previous experience working in restaurants, and the type of collateral you have. Here’s more information on what you should know...
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If you are one of the millions of small businesses formed in late 2019 or early 2020, you've likely experienced some loss in 2020. And, before 2020 began, you may have applied for one of many Small Business Loans, or at least considered applying for a loan with the small business administration (SBA). Whether your...
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Running a commercial trucking company can be challenging, before you even get your wheels on the road.  Before you can first open your doors, you must invest in at least one truck. Depending on your business plan, you may want more than one. So, who has to pay for that eighteen-wheeler? You do, unfortunately. You...
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When your small business needs funding, an SBA loan may be a great alternative to more common small business loans. What is an SBA loan? Simply put, they’re small business loans that are partially backed by the Small Business Association (SBA), a government agency. Because the SBA backs the loan, at least in part, lenders...
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Amid the 2020 pandemic, restaurant owners have been facing more setbacks than ever when it comes to keeping their business afloat. As a result, they are seeking information on how to get a restaurant business loan. If you run a restaurant, you more than likely have been looking for ways to improve your restaurant’s finances....
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