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How to Avoid a Cash Crunch with a Working Capital Loan

Posted by Alan Brown on Jan 17, 2019 5:24:48 PM

 

Managing your company's cash flow to avoid any short-term financial issues can be challenging no matter how long you’ve been in business. There are so many variables involved, many of which are out of your control. From consumer household spending to the timing of a customer payment, even the most successful company can face a cash crunch at some point.

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Topics: Working Capital Loan, Working Capital Management, Short Term Working Capital, Working Capital Strategy, Small Business Management, Budgeting

How a Lack of Working Capital Can Hurt Your Company

Posted by Alan Brown on Jan 9, 2019 12:37:07 PM

 

Working capital is the lifeblood of any small business. If your liabilities outweigh your assets (or come pretty close to it), then your working capital is either non-existent or extremely limited. A loan designed specifically to inject working capital into your business can help you overcome a number of potential obstacles.

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Topics: Working Capital Loan, Working Capital Strategy, Working Capital Needs, Working Capital Management, Small Business Management

Working Capital vs. Cash Flow: Why You Need to Know the Difference

Posted by Alan Brown on Dec 31, 2018 11:18:59 AM

 

When growing your small business, it’s important to have a firm understanding of your finances. Two of the most important numbers to consider are your working capital and your cash flow. While these figures are related, they aren’t identical. Figuring out each one can help you analyze the health of your business and what steps you need to take in order to ensure future growth.

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Topics: Cash Flow, What Is Working Capital, Wokring Capital Loan, Working Capital Strategy, Business Management

Working Capital: Is an Aggressive or Conservative Strategy Right for Your Business?

Posted by Alan Brown on Dec 26, 2018 2:32:15 PM

 

Managing your small business’s working capital is a delicate balancing act. A more aggressive strategy involves spending more in order to make more. A conservative approach, on the other hand, requires you to save working capital in order to lower your risk. Which one is best for your company? Keep reading to find out!

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Topics: Working Capital Needs, Working Capital Strategy, Working Capital Management, Working Capital Loans, Business Management

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