• Kalamata Capital Response to Hurricane Irma

    Posted By Kalamata Capital LLC || 13-Sep-2017

    Out of respect, compassion and concern for the families, communities and small businesses impacted by Hurricane Irma, Kalamata Capital has decided to stop all ACH debit activity for 5 days for 9 counties included in disaster declaration by the Governor of Florida. All ACH debits will be postponed until Thursday, September 21 st for the following counties. Charlotte Collier Hillsborough Lee Manatee ...
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  • Kalamata Capital Cares: Hurricane Harvey

    Posted By Kalamata Capital LLC || 30-Aug-2017

    Out of respect, compassion and concern for the families, communities and small businesses impacted by Hurricane Harvey, Kalamata Capital has decided to stop all ACH debit activity for 5 days for 18 counties included in disaster declaration by the Governor of Texas. Kalamata Capital and its employees have donated to the American Red Cross and the YOUCARING Compassionate Crowdfunding by organizer ...
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  • You Don't Need to Start A Business - Buy A Small Business From A Retiring Owner

    Posted By Kalamata Capital LLC || 24-Jul-2017

    The California Association of Business Brokers estimated that retiring Baby Boomers will sell or leave to their beneficiaries $10 trillion worth of assets over the next two decades [1] . These assets are in more than 12 million privately owned businesses. More than 70% of these companies will be sold. Baby Boomers aged 45 to 64 start businesses at a higher rate than any other age group. We believe ...
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  • FED Raising Interest Rates: How This Affects Small Businesses

    Posted By Kalamata Capital LLC || 25-May-2017

    In March 2017, the Federal Reserve raised the key interest rate from 0.75% to 1.0%, the second rate increase within a three month time period. FED officials anticipate two more increases in the interest rate before the end of 2017, with the goal of increasing the rate to 3.0% by the end of 2019. Even though increasing interest rates represent a growing US Economy, what does this mean for small ...
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  • How Much Financing Can Your Business Afford?

    Posted By Kalamata Capital LLC || 10-Apr-2017

    When applying for small business financing, business owners should think about how much the business can afford to repay. It is important not to stress cash flow. The Cash Flow Coverage Ratio can help determine a responsible funding amount. Cash Flow Coverage Calculating Cash flow coverage will help business owners determine an affordable payment size based on monthly cash flow. The formula ...
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