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Find Additional Financing
Establish Your
Organization
Finance Your
Business
Tax and
Licenses
Grow and
Maintain

There may be a gap between the money you have available and what you need to start or grow your business. A traditional bank loan product such as a start-up or term loan can fill this gap.

Before visiting your local lending institutions or potential investors you should have a general idea of your financing needs and read more about available funding options.

In general, there are four types of bank loans:

Loan Type Description
Line of Credit The bank gives you a range of credit that you use when you need it.
Receivables Financing The bank finances against your revenue.
Inventory Financing The bank lends against your inventory, which is also called collateral.
Asset-Based Financing The bank allows you to borrow against your assets, ranging from receivables and inventory to buildings and other real estate.

Funding Options
Find out about different ways you can obtain financing, and the advantages and disadvantages of each.

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