Simple Solutions: Here’s Where to Find Funding Before Interest Rate Hikes Hit
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June 1, 2022
The Federal Reserve is raising interest rates to fight inflation. But rate hikes can also hurt business owners and lower consumer spending. Let’s dive in.
Interest rate hikes will impact your business
How? Great question. Well, rate hikes are going to continue until inflation calms down, which could lead to triple the interest rate we’ve seen. That means credit is tightening and it may be harder for your business to get funding. Why is the Fed hiking interest rates? Their end goal is to reduce inflation and stabilize pricing.
The Fed’s rate hikes are a big deal and will impact your business. We suggest you check in with your bank and lenders to see what the interest rate spike means for your business.
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- Alex and the Business.org team
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