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Short Term Small Business Loans vs Long Term Business Loans: Which is Right for You?

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Short term business loans are the right choice for companies that need to bridge a gap or take advantage of an opportunity.

Having access to short term small business loan can be a true lifeline when an opportunity sudden arises that will advance the business sooner than expected or when a major piece of equipment breaks down which could be potentially devastating in lost revenue if not immediately addressed.

Perhaps your business has landed that big order for which you do not yet have the inventory or the means to fulfill. Short term loans are the best financial vehicle when a one-time event presents itself.

short vs. long term business loans

Summary of Short Term Small Business Loan Scenarios:

  • Accounts Receivables vs. Payables. When there’s a lag between cash coming in and the need for cash to be paid out, a short term loan will help bridge that gap.
  • Short Term Operational Costs: These run the gamut between hiring seasonal help, or the need for a one-time lease of heavy equipment. Short term business loans are the answer.
  • Cash Flow Issues: You know the money is due and expected to come in soon. However you need it now to operate your business as smoothly as possible. Short term business loans are designed to get you over the hump and allow you to run your business as usual.
  • Emergency Replacement or Repairs: Reality happens. Should equipment critical to your business’ productivity require repairs or replacement, diverting funds from other necessary expenditures may not be a wise decision. Avoid negatively impacting your credit history by seeking a short term small business loan to tide your business over and make necessary adjustments.

Many times when small businesses require funding their banks take weeks or even months to deposit the funds these businesses needed today.

Avoid the bottleneck by contacting National Business Capital. We have an over 90% loan approval rate and the money is yours within days. Call us today to discuss your small business financing solution at (888) 888-9124.

Last Updated on September 23, 2015

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About the Author, Joe Camberato

Joseph Camberato, CEO of National Business Capital, developed a passion for business at a young age. Joe started his company in 2007 in his spare bedroom and has grown to secure over $1 Billion dollars in financing for small business owners nationwide. National’s team has an amazing culture and has been name the #1 Top Workplace on Long Island 3 years in a row and counting. Joe is a trusted financial expert who’s published more than 2,000 articles in the last 3 years. His articles have generated over 5 million page views and has been featured on blogs such as Google News, Yahoo, CNBC, Forbes Magazine, etc. His passion has also inspired him to build the "GrowByJoe” YouTube channel where he shares his insights into small business trends and tips for growth. Joe also holds a seat on Forbes Finance Council and is an active member of the Young Presidents' Organization (YPO), a global leadership community.





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