WHAT ARE SHORT TERM LOANS?
A short-term loan operates somewhat like a traditional term loan, but you pay back the money, plus interest, with daily or weekly payments within two years.
Set payment schedule
Bad credit is accepted
Used for any purpose
Quick access to cash
Annual costs are higher than longer term loans
Weekly payments could be difficult for business with sporadic revenue
Capped loan amount
Voided Business Check
Profit and Loss Statements
Business Tax Return
Personal Tax Return
Business Debt Schedule
Applying Does Not Affect Your Credit!
Disclaimer: The above information is provided as a guideline. Some loan conditions may fall outside of these parameters. We recommend that you speak with one of our advisors before taking any course of action based on this information.
Short term financing is an essential option for small businesses. Buying inventory, covering working capital expenses while awaiting payment of invoices, and expanding operations are just some of the uses small businesses have for short term loans. They can be a flexible financial tool to better manage cash flow, deal with unexpected needs for extra cash, or take advantage of an unforeseen business opportunity.
As Little As 24 Hours
Starting at 10%
3 - 18 Months
25,000 - 250,000
Pros & Cons
Here’s the low-down on qualifying:
Short-term lenders emphasize cash-flow more than lenders of traditional term loans. Strong cash-flow can sometimes overcome other financial information that would disqualify a business for a traditional term loan.
But you should also know that the interest rate you’ll pay and the amount you can borrow will depend on your annual revenue, business history, and personal credit rating
Most Businesses Who Qualified Had:
TIME IN BUSINESS
6 Months Minimum