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Merchant Cash Advance
A merchant cash advance is now commonly used to describe a variety of small business financing options characterized by short payment terms and small regular payments. The term “merchant cash advance” may be used to describe purchases of future credit card sales receivables or short-term business loans.
Business Line of Credit
Lines of credit can be secured or unsecured business loans (typically by inventory or receivables). They are often referred to as “revolving,” which means you can tap into them again and again. For instance, if you have a $50,000 line of credit and take out $25,000, you still have access to the remaining $25,000. If you pay that $25,000 back down to $0, you still have access to the entire $50,000 without reapplying.
The selling of invoices to a third party company to improve cash flow and reduce bad debt. When a business uses invoice factoring, they benefit through an immediate boost to cash flow, while at the same time eliminating the need to process invoices. An additional benefit of invoice factoring is the reduction in bad debt as the third party buyer assumes all risk if the invoice is not paid.
When a business needs equipment, they usually acquire it in one of three ways: Buy it outright with company funds, borrow funds to buy it or lease it. If you need equipment but do not have sufficient funds or credit to buy it, or maybe you simply would like to hang on to your cash or raise additional working capital, our equipment financing and lease buy-back might be a good option for you.