A half century ago older women put bluing in their hair and wouldn’t be caught without their white gloves when they went to town. Back then it was considered ‘common’ and impolite to ask about someone’s salary, finances, politics and religion. How things have changed! With Facebook and Twitter and foreign hackers, everyone knows everyone else’s business.
You do not want anyone to know your private business. You own a small company and right now you are in a bind. You have bills to pay and a small payroll to meet but your biggest client has not paid his bill yet. He will. It is unusual for him to be late. He called to tell you he was out of town and would pay the bill as soon as he returned. That doesn’t help with payroll. You cannot ask your employees to wait for their money.
You just hate going to your bank and trying to get a small loan. It will not take much to tide you over, and you will be able to pay it back quickly. But everyone will see you sitting there speaking with the loan manager. You have called and he is not sure they can lend such a small amount, plus your personal credit rating isn’t all that great. H e suggested you come by and fill out the paperwork, just in case.
Your circumstances are just why small business cash advances were devised not ten years ago. Owners like yourself are able to obtain the cash you need on terms that meet your budget. It is totally confidential and your transaction is private. No one in the company or on the street can gain access to your personal information. You are not going to find out that everyone on Facebook knows you are short on cash. One of the prime benefits of obtaining this kind of loan is that most lenders have safe, secure on-line applications. You do not have to leave your home or office.
Biz2Credit.com can help secure merchant cash advances or accounts receivable financing quickly and easily.
This article was submitted by Mary Branca, she has a Bachelors of Journalism from the University of Georgia and spent 20 years in marketing management with national companies in the Southeast, Northeast and Midwest. She has combined her marketing experience with her passion for writing.