Business trade secrets are valuable & should be kept confidential by everyone in your company. Here are 5 tips for protecting your business trade secrets.
LTV stands for Loan-to-Value and is determined by dividing the loan balance by the value of the collateral. The higher the LTV, the riskier the loan.
Ask yourself these basic questions before signing a commercial lease. Business leases are more complex than personal, so consider before you sign.
DTI stands for Debt-to-Income and is determined by dividing total debt by monthly income. High DTI is risky for the lender & borrower.
Financing a vehicle for your business isn't as straightforward as a personal auto loan. Consider these points when financing a commercial vehicle.
What is GAP Insurance? Read this article to find out what GAP (Guaranteed Asset Protection) covers and how to determine whether or not you need it.
When a loved one passes away, the state of Texas may handle vehicle ownership and liability differently, depending on your situation.
Using the equity in your vehicle to do a cash-out refinance can be a great way to consolidate debt or pay for unexpected expenses with a low fixed rate.
If relocating your business to Texas, consider these factors such as whether your entire operations are moving and availability of your business name.