Here's the good news: Your company is growing. Record sales, better quarters, it's all happening for you now. But there's one area where you could improve your financial groove, and it's called cash flow. Cash flow can make or break a small business's health. More often than not, maintaining it is a balancing act between credit and cash on hand, and it's a tricky tightrope to walk. As your business begins to grow, this intricate balance has the potential to become even more complicated. Especially if you're relying on big clients or irregular payment cycles, your cash flow can become unpredictable. As the numbers grow, so do the stakes and the best possible asset you can have is a plan.
Seek Cash Infusions. Here's a few options to consider:
- Small Business Loan - From purchasing inventory and equipment to remodeling and advertising, small businesses need capital for many reasons. Small business loans may be used for any business expense, even if you just need an influx of capital to boost your cash flow.
- Revenue Based Financing - Instead of a business being required to pay fixed interest payments like a typical bank loan, a revenue based loan is paid with a percentage of revenues. Revenue based loans can help grow your business and it does not saddle you down with long-term, highly encumbering debt.
- Cash Flow Loan - Type of debt financing, generally for working capital, using the expected cash flows that a borrowing company generates as collateral for the loan. You’re essentially borrowing from cash that you expect to receive in the future by giving the lender the rights to a predetermined amount of these receivables.
- Working Capital Loan - At any stage of growth, fast, flexible funding is essential to the continued success of your small business.
- Small Business Term Loan - Small business term loans can get you the money you need to bridge cash flow gaps, handle emergencies and unexpected expenses or take advantage of a business opportunity.
- Small Business Line of Credit - A small business line of credit provides flexibility that a regular business loan doesn’t. With a small business line of credit, you can borrow up to $100,000 and pay interest only on the money borrowed. You then draw and repay funds as you wish, as long as you don’t exceed your credit limit. Need to manage cash flow? Buy inventory? Pay for a surprise expense? Then a business line of credit makes sense.
- Small Business Invoice Line of Credit - Instead of waiting 30, 60 or 90 days to get paid, click any of your outstanding invoices to get the amount transferred to your bank account instantly and securely. You no longer need to wait for your customers to pay you to get the funds you need. We will purchase your outstanding invoices and will immediately transfer the full amount of each invoice to your bank account. Payments are made automatically on a weekly basis. Choose 12 or 24 week payment periods. Simple and secure.
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