Thinking about buying a new mower. I started part time summer before last, I got a Yard Card and bought a used walk-behind. I only mow one, sometimes two days a week, so it's been enough. I'd like to pick up some more work this year, but I don't want to unless I can get a zero turn. Found what Iwant yesterday, called up my Yard Card account and asked if I could increase it by$6000 and they said no, only gave me $2000. Didn't really want to use that account anyway, would rather get a loan from my credit union, but I was curious if they'd give it to me. Now I'm worried I'm not going to be able to get the money. I have a personal and a business account at my new credit union, personally I'm pretty maxed out. The business acount has just been so I can deposit mowing and plowing checks. Do you think I could go in and borrow money on my business account, totally seperate from the personal account? When I had both accounts at a local bank it seems like they were always trying to loan me money for the business. As a side note, I left that bank because they were so expensive, closed my accounts and went to the credit union. Now it seems that they did not in fact close my accounts, after telling me they did, and are chasing me for money I don't owe them, just tons of fees for having no money in the accounts AFTER I closed them. So recently they told me they are sending negative reports to the credit bureau, so I don't even know how far my credit score may have dropped. Maybe that's why I couldn't increase my limit on Yard Card from 4 to 10? Last year my credit was great, this is all their fault but they are able to kill my credit. Man I am frustrated! Anyway, sorry about the rant. My question is, any suggestions on where to get the money for a piece of equipment for a business?