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					Optimizing Your Working Capital The challenge of managing a business doesn’t start and end in obtaining a start-up capital. In the long run, a business owner must learn how to use his working capital more effectively. If you are an entrepreneur, expect to meet financial challenges along the way. Whether you’re a new business or an old business, you will still meet financial challenges at one point or another. When your cash flow runs short, what can you do? How can you stretch your available budget in order to keep the business operations going? Let’s discuss how cash advance business loans can help you during these circumstances. Cash Advance Loans Provide Working Capital For short term business financing needs, a cash advance business loan is a good option. Compared to bank loans or commercial loans, this type of loan can be obtained in a hurry. In fact, you can use your existing invoices or unpaid accounts receivables to fund your business needs. How? Let’s say that you have delivered a bulk of order to one of your trusted customers. However, you have given your client a 30-day grace period to send in his/her payment. While waiting for the 30=day period, you may encounter expenses or a new customer order. But since your budget is frozen as an unpaid invoice, what can you do? There are lenders who are willing to provide cash advance loans in exchange for invoices or accounts receivables. By submitting your invoices, you can receive 80% cash advance from the total amount of your invoices. Once your application has been submitted, you can expect to receive the cash advance on the same day of your approval. Afterwards, your lending company would take over the collection of your customer’s payments. A notice would be sent to your customer, explaining the new arrangement. Most businessto-business partners are aware of this arrangement. However, if your customer is not familiar with the concept of a cash advance business loan, your lender would send a detailed letter explaining the terms of the loan. As soon as your customer has sent in his/her complete payments to your lender, you will also receive the remaining 20% of the amount of your invoices. Should you customer fails to submit his/her payment on time, the 20% balance will be remain with your lender. Most lending companies that offer cash advance loan services offer up to 60-days of repayment period. If your business has been in operations for at least 2 years, you are qualified to take this financing option. Take note that the status of your credit history will not hinder you from obtaining this type of loan whether you have good or bad credit. Resources for Loans For New Businesses


				
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Description: If your business has been in operations for at least 2 years, you are qualified to take this financing option. Take note that the status of your credit history will not hinder you from obtaining this type of loan whether you have good or bad credit.