Wells Fargo and Bluevine offer business lines of credit for small businesses, but one may be a better fit for your business.
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Kristina Byas is a Milwaukee-based writer and contributor at Bankrate. Equipped with a bachelor of arts in English from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and a passion for personal finance, Kristina has made it her mission to empower individuals and families to take control of their financial well-being.
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