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Business Finance Glossary

Accounts Receivable Factoring Company

An accounts receivable factoring company can provide many businesses with financial assistance.
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Adjustable Rate

When seeking business funding or any type of traditional financing, comparing interest rates is very common.
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Alternative Financing

There are many alternative financing methods that are available to small business owners who do not want to rely on the traditional sources, such as banks, for funds.
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Alternative Funding

Alternative Funding is when a business gets money from a Business Cash Advance, which provides reusable means to receive the working capital needed without the traditional financial resources such as a loan or lease from a private lender or bank.
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Business Finance

Business financing is when an outside resource is used to cover a businesses financial needs.
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Business Financing

Third-party resources used to cover business costs of anything from start-up expenses to closing costs and may include marketing, advertising, expansion, remodeling, equipment and more.
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Business Loans

A business loan is an arrangement in which a lender gives money or property to a borrower, and the borrower agrees to return the property or repay the money, usually along with interest over a period of time.
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Business Receivable Factoring

Business receivable factoring is when a third party purchases existing, uncollected invoices from a business at a discounted rate. In return the business receivable factoring company gives the business money.
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Buying Out a Partner

Many businesses today are formed in partnership. Two or more people joining together to invest and grow a business together.
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Cash Flow

Cash flow is what powers and propels small business and is a measure of a businesses financial health. By definition cash flow is cash collected minus cash paid out.
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Small Business

A small business is a business with a low number of employees that is not dominant in its field of operation.
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Small Business Loans

Small business loans can be received through banks and other financial institutions.
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Small Business Working Capital

Small business working capital is basically a standard accounting tool when a business’ current liabilities are subtracted from the business’ current assets.
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Traditional Bank Loans

Traditional bank loans have are a financial tool used commonly for today’s businesses.
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Unsecured Business Loans

Usually, lenders have only the business credit history and the owner’s credit to rely on in deciding whether to offer the loan.
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Working Capital Factoring

When an operational small or medium sized business is seeking working capital, factoring is one course of action to research and thoroughly understand the various methods.
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