Category: Business Funding
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Customer Relationships and Invoice Factoring

Some growing businesses considering accounts receivable funding have concerns about how a factoring company will affect their customer relationships. Will they think my business is struggling? Will they be hunted down by my financier for late payment? Will they be uncomfortable not paying my business directly?…

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Immediate Business Financing

I won’t list off all the reasons you may be in need of immediate business financing. There are plenty. There are also plenty of risks to avoid when searching for immediate financing. Typically, your cost of financing will increase for faster approvals. You see this with…

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Startup Business Funding

Startup businesses are tricky. Some advice is to never stop searching for capital to grow your business. Some advice is to only secure the funding necessary to get a product out, then start another round of fund raising. There is no one right answer, and the…

strategies for working capital funding

Small Business Help: 3 Great Strategies For Working Capital Funding

According to the Wells Fargo Small Business Index, $10,000 is the average amount of startup capital required by a small business owner. Acquiring and managing your working capital is crucial when it comes to running a successful small business. Unfortunately, since companies need to deal with…

How Do Working Capital Loans Work?

Every business must be concerned with the amount of working capital it has. Working capital is used to take the proverbial pulse of your company’s finances. You’ll know that you don’t have enough when you can’t pay your current obligations with the cash you have in…

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Business Funding After Bankruptcy

When a business owner has a bankruptcy on record or is currently restructuring due to insolvency, traditional lenders will shut their doors. Bankruptcies do not stop factoring companies from purchasing invoices. Eagle Business Credit evaluates the credit of your clients, not your business. Rather than seeking…

Factoring

How to Estimate Your Working Capital Requirements

Every business has short and long-term capital needs that must be met through incoming revenues. If your business has more income than expenses, it’s profitable. However, even a profitable company can have temporary cash flow problems if it doesn’t have enough working capital. Here is how…

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The 3 Types of Working Capital Funding Strategies

When considering a home renovation and shopping for contractors, the age-old advice is to pick two: price, quality, or time. You can finish your back deck quickly and at high quality, but it will cost more. You could also finish your deck inexpensively and quickly, but…

finding money for your business quickly

How to Find Money Quickly For Your Business

A traditional bank loan, a second mortgage, and a Small Business Administration loan are all great financing options for your new or existing business. The catch is the high standards for approval, personal liability, and the time it takes from application to first funding. What can…

Invoices

Invoice Factoring to Grow Your Small Business

If you run a small business, you know the challenges of having the cash on hand you need to be able to grow. Working capital is often tied up in inventory or accounts receivable. Unlocking the value of your open invoices is the specialty of invoice…