Is AR Funding Right For your Business?

Posted by on May 12, 2016 in Client Concentration | 0 comments

When you are a start-up business or simply have one or two large clients, obtaining financing for your business is nearly impossible because of customer concentration issues. This is where AR Financing & PO Funding from BusinessCash comes in. Factoring receivables put the emphasis on your client’s creditworthiness, not your own. This means companies with traditional non-bankable issues can get the funding they desperately need. How do I get Funding with High Client Concentration? In...

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Financing Your Retail Business with a Merchant Cash Advance

Posted by on Oct 12, 2012 in Business Tools, Merchant Cash Advance | 0 comments

Is your retail business in need of financing? A merchant cash advance offers you up to $500,000 in funding and $20,000 within 24 hours. We simply look at your monthly credit card receipts that you take in every month. It’s a great program. You need to have a fixed location, be in business for 6 months and take credit cards. Click here to find out more information on merchant cash advances here. Get your retail business funded using MCA today! Call 866-598-4295 or use the...

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Need Money for Business

Posted by on Aug 14, 2012 in Alternative Financing, Business Tools, Startup Financing | 0 comments

Where do you turn if you need Money for your Business? It is not easy to find working capital to grow your business today. And if you are doing all the right things growth consumes even more of your precious cash. Increased sales means increased payroll, materials and overheads. Where does an under capitalized entrepreneur turn? Let’s discuss what is available for you and your business today. Depending on the length of time you have been in business, your type of business, the amount of...

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What is Credit Card Receivables Financing?

Posted by on Jun 24, 2012 in Business Loan, Business Tools, Credit Card Factoring | 0 comments

Credit card receivables financing is a form of accounts receivable factoring, utilizing a merchant’s cash flow from credit card sales or banking accounts cash flows. Cash is advanced to the business and a system is set up to repay the cash advance through withholding from credit card transactions – repaying a portion of the cash advance every time a customer makes a purchase. Does your business qualify for credit card receivables financing? Do your customers use credit cards to...

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