For business owners concerned about having working capital to cover expenses to run, build, or grow their enterprise, it may be confusing to hear the terms “business loan” and “business line of credit”.
Some may think that the two are interchangeable, but they greatly differ. Each serves a unique purpose that can be harnessed to push any business to the next level- if used correctly.
Knowing the differences between the two phrases will assist business owners to make the right decision when additional cash flow is required.
A business line of credit offers greater flexibility to business owners relative to how the funds may be used and the fact that it is not a loan. Additional differences include:
Most urgent business financial requirements call for short-term cash infusions. That is where a Business Line of Credit is the best financing vehicle.
The Business Loan is used for long-term financing, which offers terms up to five years, is ideal to underwrite equipment purchases.
These are by no means the only financing options available. National Business Capital & Services can assist your business to obtain the right financing you require.
For a confidential business review and sound financial guidance, please contact us. We welcome your call at (877) 482-3008.
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