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If you need quick business loans to help you out of a short-term cashflow crisis, what you don’t need is hassle arranging them. A quick cash flow injection can encourage business turnaround and we know all too well that any delay in making those funds available can lead to an operational headache, or can threaten the very survival of your business.
There could be an unexpected interruption in sales such as a delay in the delivery of stock that slows the flow of money coming into the business. Conversely, it could be that you need quick business loans to pay for expensive new equipment or machinery in order to maintain production or cope with a sudden increase in demand.
We are aware that banks are lending to bigger more established businesses who can present realistic forecasts based on previous profits, yet we hear that the smaller guys are struggling to get the business finance required.
What is often overlooked is the impracticalities that small businesses have to go through to be at the stage where they can present a case to their bank. They often need to produce detailed forecasts, show accounts, profit and loss and a lot of the time, they're just not equipped to do this. Even many peer-to-peer lenders require this type of input, asking borrowers to put a case to the lenders. This is before you consider that quick business loans are for an emergency. You may have been expected a large receipt on a Thursday to pay wages on Friday and the money doesn’t come in.
We specialise in business finance support and our help is available to almost any size business in any industry. Importantly, we’ll respond just as urgently as the situation demands – always.
What If You Can’t Get Quick Business Loans?
Asset financing is another option you may want to consider for crisis business loans. If you have accounts receivable, scheduled payments incoming, equipment, contracts, or any other type of assets then you may be able to use them to secure a loan of equal value.
Even after all lending options have been exhausted there still may be a way to save your business. A Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) would postpone your due dates and revise the terms of the repayment agreement to be more flexible. An insolvency practitioner would propose a professionally drafted CVA on your behalf to your creditors to accept the new terms of repayment.
Whatever the reason, here at Cashsolv we can provide the funds or solution to keep your business operating. We have already helped many fundamentally sound businesses to survive periods of serious financial stress, with positive outcomes.
For further information Download our Guidance Paper on 'How short term business loans can help your business finance problems', or view the following relevant pages:
- Business loans
- A guide to Short term business loans
- Emergency business loans
- Emergency business loan - why not use a bank
- A guide to Small Business Loans
- How to get a quick business loan
- The pros and cons of secured business loans
- How to make business finance work for you
- A case study: How we helped a recruitment firm invest for growth
- A case study: Quick business loans could be the answer
- Business loan calculator