Merchant Cash Advance

No matter how you cut it, slice it, or dice it you will hear names from Merchant Cash Advance or Fin-Tech companies as Merchant Cash Advance being coined small business loans, small business funding, investor capital, and working capital. It is all the same thing, and this money is not bank money. It is investor…

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Working Capital

Let’s face it, 20% of small businesses fail within their first year and a total of 65% fail within their first 5 years. The last person you should blame is yourself if your business fails excuse it should be thrown out the window when running a small business. There is a lot of adversity and…

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Why lenders avoid high risk industries

To promote favorable odds on returns lenders have contained investments and labeled them as potentially “high or low” risk. Markets and businesses to be defined as low risk tend to bring greater stability. However, as a “high risk” investment lenders will often wish to render with further caution. Determining how one’s business practice is viewed…

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Merchant Cash Advance

Further understanding of Merchant Cash Advance, so before reading this is an informative blog for people who get surprised by the term rates, but crunch the numbers and most of you will still do fine and make a profit. If it helps accelerate your business’s growth with the injection of the capital take it. The…

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Low Small Business Working Capital

Ever since the COvID-19 Pandemic of March 2020 VIP Capital Funding has been hard at work helping small business owners obtain federal working capital loans at low interest rates. These products include the PPP (Paycheck Protection Program) and the EIDL (Economic Injury Disaster Loan). I Joshua Triplett being the Owner and Principal Managing Partner has…

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When you should take a small business loan

Small businesses have a unique structure and unique needs. As such, the financing they require during different times of their life cycle or at certain milestones means they need to look for adequate options. But taking out a loan for your business isn’t a small decision – you don’t want to borrow more than you…

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The current state of businesses during the COVID 19 pandemic

Since the COVID 19 Pandemic began, many industries have become prohibited in lending such as bars, restaurants, gyms, or any other business where many people gather. The way the United States has operated has completely changed. Many people are staying inside, and it is mandatory to wear a mask everywhere you go. This has narrowed…

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