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Businesses Move Away From Banks An Seek A Merchant Cash Advance

By Rodney Rabah

Any CEO can tell you just how difficult it is to obtain a loan from a normal bank when an opportunity occurs. Thankfully, a business cash advance made accessible by funding companies may thin the gap between existing cash and needed capital.

Many merchant cash advance programs are designed as a factoring contract. This is a specialized agreement where a company will sell a piece of its projected credit card revenues to the provider in return for capital in you hand now. There are several positive key factors to this arrangement.

Key advantages of a Merchant Cash Advance

Quick Processing Time. Conventional Lenders are encumbered by their mass. It could take weeks before your funds, if qualified at all, is accessible. With a merchant cash advance, you usually have your approval letter in a couple of days and the money in hand in a week.

Repayment terms.

When repaying a regular loan a conventional bank will want to receive the same amount each month in spite of of whether or not your company revenues declines. That can make for some extremely hard weeks. A merchant cash advance is related directly to your credit card receipts. The months your company earns more, you pay more, and when you take in less, you pay less; a much more reasonable situation.

Financial Statements

To obtain a bank loan you will need almost an entire book of paperwork. Tax Returns, Credit scores, financial statements, R&E, and more are required just process your application. With a business cash advance, all you need is a reasonable credit report and a provable history of credit card receipts.

Entrepreneurs acknowledge that it is not always possible to predict expenses. A machine stops running, business grows sooner than expected, or an opportunity comes along that you can’t pass on. Business cash advances are available for just these circumstances. If you want capital, contact a merchant cash advance broker.

For years business owners have considered Rodney Rabah to be a great resource for information on Merchant Cash Advances. For honest answers and advice on Business Cash Advances visit him at Nations Advance.

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Rabah, Rodney "Businesses Move Away From Banks An Seek A Merchant Cash Advance." Businesses Move Away From Banks An Seek A Merchant Cash Advance. 25 Aug. 2010. uberarticles.com. 20 Aug 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/business/small-business/businesses-move-away-from-banks-an-seek-a-merchant-cash-advance/>.

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Rabah, R (2010, August 25). Businesses Move Away From Banks An Seek A Merchant Cash Advance. Retrieved August 20, 2014, from http://uberarticles.com/business/small-business/businesses-move-away-from-banks-an-seek-a-merchant-cash-advance/

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