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Small Business Financing Guide

Which Type of Financing is Right for Your Business?

Alternative business lending can be overwhelming when you know you need money, but aren’t sure which option would be best for your business. Compare the different options that Factor Finders offers to see for yourself which would be a great fit for your company. Still aren’t sure? We’d be more than happy to help you figure it out!

Invoice Factoring

  • Not a loan; uses your own invoices as collateral for debt-free financing
  • No monthly minimums or maximums with unlimited funding potential

invoice-factoring

  • Takes 3-5 business days to get set up
  • Personal credit score doesn’t matter
  • Cash advance within 24-hours of verified invoices

Purchase Order Financing

Purchase Order Financing

  • Cash advances to pay suppliers

  • Perfect for fast-growing sales, when current cash-on-hand is not enough

  • Great for businesses with seasonal variations in capital

  • Must have qualified purchase orders or letters of credit

  • First transaction of no less than $100,000

Merchant Cash Advance

  • Variable repayment terms, depending on fluctuations in sales
  • Great for businesses with seasonal variations
  • Takes 3-5 business days to get set up
  • No collateral required
  • Ideal for businesses that utilize credit and/or debit card transactions, such as restaurants, retail and service providers

Merchant Cash Advance

Unsecured Business Loan

Unsecured Business Loan

Ideal for bridging short-term gaps in cash flow or borrowers looking
for a single transaction vs. ongoing line of credit

Qualified borrowers can borrow up to 90% of their gross monthly sales

No collateral required

Flexible repayment options

Great credit not necessary

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Now you don't have to wait up to 90 days to receive payments.
We advance cash on your qualified receivables in less than 24 hours.

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