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The SBA Should NOT Be Abolished…

The Wall Street Journal announced last week that an upcoming special report will explore the pros and cons of abolishing the U.S. Small Business Administration. This comes in response to President Obama wanting to consolidate a handful of government agencies, and while I’m generally all for streamlining and simplifying government, I’m against what’s being proposed Read More »

A Record-Breaking Year for Mercantile and Small Business Lending
  • Tuesday, January 10th, 2012 at 12:20 pm
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At Mercantile Capital Corporation, we issue press releases fairly regularly to update our industry and the news media on what we’re up to — recent closed loans, monthly and yearly totals, etc. I know these are not nearly as personable as our usual blog posts and videos, but I think our readers (you) might be Read More »

A New Year for Small Business Success and an Invitation…
  • Friday, January 6th, 2012 at 11:42 am
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Even though 2012 is six days old…I owe you a “Happy New Year!” I hope you had a great New Year’s holiday, and that 2012 is looking bright so far for you and your business. For my first blog post in this New Year, I’ve recorded a video that I’d like you watch for two Read More »

Happy New Year and Thank You…

Yesterday was my last day in the office for this year. I decided to spend some extra time with my family, so we’re spending the weekend on the Florida Gulf Coast for a little rest and relaxation to celebrate the New Year. We’re headed to the Ringling Circus Museum later today, so I wanted to Read More »

The SBA 504 Experts have Relocated!
  • Thursday, December 15th, 2011 at 2:01 pm
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It’s been a busy and hectic two weeks, but we’re finally moved-in and getting settled into our new digs. We really appreciate everybody’s patience as we moved our email servers and phones and everything else. Our office is set up a bit differently than before (we now occupy multiple floors of our new building), so Read More »