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What is Cash-flow Based Financing?

Jun 01, 2020

Many businesses have already proven “concept” and have consistently increased sales. Their strength is that they have shown stability and that they can effectively run a growing business. The risk to the lender is less as they are established businesses that are growing. How are your sales? Sales are the difference between an untested concept or idea, and a real operating business. Will your idea be well received? Do YOU know how to operate a business? Sales answer these questions. If you have consistent sales, the next question is does the business have existing cash flow proven by bank statements? There are lending options available that only require a quick bank statement review for approval. They won’t even need to look at your tax returns, so even if your business shows a loss you’ll still be okay. The next question is does the business have over $60,000 annually received in credit card sales? Does the business have over $120,000 annually going through...

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How to Get Business Loans with Bad Credit

May 31, 2020

Most entrepreneurs think that because they have bad credit there is no chance of them getting a loan. But in reality, there are actually many different financing options that business owners have in which they can qualify, even with severe credit challenges. As you already know, banks REQUIRE good credit to get approved for business financing. But still, most people only go to their bank when they need money, because it’s the only place they know to go to. But the most common business bank loan, SBA loans, only account for 1.1% of all business loans (Department of Revenue 2013).The reality is that the big banks are NOT the suppliers of most business loans. And even though they require good credit to qualify, many sources don’t. The big banks are very conservative, as most know. Due to this they commonly won’t lend to businesses in which the business owner has challenged credit. But businesses can succeed even if the owner doesn’t have perfect credit. And many...

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