Lydia Roth

Lydia serves as Content Manager for Nav, which provides business owners with simple tools to build business credit and access to lending options based on their credit scores and needs.

Articles by Lydia Roth

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How Do I Get a Business Loan to Start My Business?

For many budding entrepreneurs, a small business loan may seem like the best option for getting your endeavor off the …

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U.S. Leaves the Trans-Pacific Partnership: What It Means for Small Business

On his first full day after taking his seat in the White House, President Trump passed an executive order abandoning …

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Align Commerce Review: Overseas Wire Transfers for Small Businesses

Large and small companies alike are searching for a more streamlined process for making wire transfers—one that eliminates existing inefficiencies …

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How to Start a Business With a 600 Credit Score (or Less)

Those involved in real estate “fix and flip” deals will routinely inform associates, partners, and other members of their network …

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3 Ways to Boost Your Business Despite Poor Credit

You’re starting a new business, you need financing, and you need it now. Unfortunately, your less-than-stellar credit scores are putting …

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2 Financing Tips to Boost Your Real Estate Business in 2017

2016 is coming to a fast close, and it’s time to start thinking about the direction your business is going …

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This Week’s Happenings: 2017 Consumer Spending Trends and the Death of Fax Machines

A Surprising Obstacle in Small Biz Lending: Fax Machines Fax machines died for many industries a while back, but for …

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Online Small Business Lender Dealstruck Shuts Down New Operations — What it Means for You

Dealstruck, a provider of online term loans and lines of credit, has reportedly shut down operations. As of Nov. 15, …

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How This Veteran’s Transition to Civilian Life Led to a Successful Business

Ryan Guina transitioned into the civilian sector after six years of active duty in the Air Force. The transition was …