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Accounts Receivable Financing

An accounts receivables loan is based on the amount of money owed to a business in form of invoices or billing. Funds can be used for the daily operations of the business including the purchase of inventory, employee wages, and utility payments.

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Line of Credit

Small business funding that provides a pool of funds to draw from when you need capital for cash flow gaps, working capital, inventory or to address other immediate needs.  Minimum of one year in business and annual gross sales of $100,000 required.

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Merchant Cash Advance

A Merchant Cash Advance is a very quick and convenient way for a business to raise short-term capital.  A lender will advance you an amount of cash in return for either a fixed regular repayment or a percentage of credit card receipts.

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Inventory Financing

 

 

Inventory Asset Loans are typically secured by the value of inventory being purchased. Qualified applicants must show that sales of inventory will bring in sufficient income to repay the loan. Our Inventory loans serve business owners who have been denied a conventional loan due to credit history or some other factor.

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Ready to discuss your financing needs?

If you are a business owner that is in need of capital for your business and want to use a trusted no pressure adviser to secure financing, then contact Sierra Commercial Capital today.