Small Business Credit Line Can Equal Savings

Emrich, Anne Bond
February 2003
Grand Rapids Business Journal;2/17/2003, Vol. 21 Issue 7, pB12
Presents information on the small business equity line of credit. Advantages of the equity line of credit over traditional business loans; Type of small business that can benefit from the equity line of credit; Features of the equity line of credit.


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