Is AR Funding Right For your Business?

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

Is AR Funding Right For your Business?

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 this day and age, with the proliferation of...

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Business Loan Startup Choices

Posted by on Jun 29, 2012 in Business Loan, Business Tools, SBA Loans, Startup Financing | 0 comments

Business Loan Startup Choices

What type Business Loans are available and how does an Entrepreneur make the best choice for their start up situation? First, let’s look at the variables involved in your unique situation and give you a checklist to use: Startup Business Questions Are you starting a Retail or B2B/B2G Business? How much money do you need? Do you have any money to put down? How is your personal credit? Do You have any Direct Industry Experience? How soon do you project to be cash flow positive? Will your business be an importer or...

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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

What is Credit Card Receivables Financing?

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 pay for their purchases? Have you been in business...

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