accounts receivable financing

Accounts Receivable vs. Revolving Business Lines of Credit

How do revolving business lines of credit and accounts receivable credit lines work, and how are they different? What industries benefit most from each, and how do they compare against other business financing options? For companies including wholesale distributors, as well as staffing trucking, automotive, construction and manufacturing businesses, the answers to these questions could change…

What is Accounts Receivable Financing and How Does it Work?

Accounts receivable financing — which is sometimes referred to as factoring — is a type of asset-based funding in which you use outstanding invoices (or any other receivables) as collateral. In return, you receive a lump sum that is less than the total amount owed — usually around 70 to 90 percent, depending on the…

National Business Capital Business Loans Recognized by Newsday

Ready for some good news? Small and medium-sized businesses on Long Island are finding it easier to obtain business loans than they have in the recent past. Bankers report that they are lending more because both banks and local businesses are healthier. More good news for people on the search for business loans is that…

How to Keep Cash on Hand

When it comes to running a business, one of the most important things you need is cash flow. But we all know how tough it can be to keep cash on hand when there are so many expenses needing to be paid.  For those tough times, National Business Capital can offer business finance. For now…

Business Financing That Protects Against Winter Weather

It’s been a long winter for many parts of the country and business owners find themselves facing financial dilemmas they may not have planned on. Even those who are most proficient with business finance can not always prepare for unexpected cruelty by mother nature. Businesses in the north may prepare for a certain amount of…

National Business Capital Helps Local Family

Business owners shoulder a lot of responsibilities including the ones to their employees and their customers. In addition, they also have responsibilities to the community in which they conduct their business.

National Business Capital Volunteers With Habitat for Humanity

National Business Capital has become a valued resource for business owners to maintain, improve, and grow their business. Now, National Business Capital is proud to team up with Habitat for Humanity to make home ownership possible for Long Islanders!