Finance Options

Invoice Factoring

Invoice factoring provides a lump sum of advance cash payments in exchange for outstanding invoices.

Business Term Loans

Business term loans are similar to short-term loans, with the main exception being the repayment periods.

Merchant Cash Advance

A merchant cash advance isn’t considered as a loan. The business gets repaid through a percentage of customers' credit card sales.

Working Capital

A working capital loan can be used to pay salaries, invoices or other business related expenses such as for cash-flow.

SBA Loans

The (SBA) Small Business Administration Under the CARES Act is now funding $350 billion in small business loans to help small businesses in the U.S. get through the COVID-19 pandemic and maintain their payroll.

Equipment Financing

Equipment financing loans enable a business to pay for the costs of a piece of equipment required to run their operations.

Short Term Loans

A short term loan allows a business to receive lump sums of cash that is required to be repaid between 3 to 18 months.

Business Line of Credit

A business line of credit provides a business with capital to use as needed. It is more flexible than other loan types.