Business Line of Credit
A revolving line of credit provides a flexible option for business capital, giving you access to funds when you need them and only charging for what you use
What is a Business Line of Credit?
A business line of credit is a flexible business loan that allows you to borrow up to a certain amount, or credit limit, to cover short-term working capital requirements. When you get a business line of credit, the lender approves you to borrow up to a certain amount of money and you’re able to access some or all of that money as you need it. After you fully pay off a portion you’ve used, the full amount of your line of credit is available for you to use again. Although business lines of credit do operate very similarly to a credit card, they are not the same thing. Credit cards typically have higher interest rates and in many cases, a line of credit does not have a mandatory monthly payment system.
Flexible Financing For Your Business
Unlike a term loan, a business line of credit allows you to run your business without having to apply for a new loan every time you need a bit of extra cash. And with ongoing access to working capital, you can plan for and better manage your business’s future cash flow with less stress. Your line of credit can give you the boost you need to take advantage of opportunities when they arise. One of the main benefits to having a business a line of credit is that it’s revolving. That means you can access the credit line when you need it, pay down the balance, and use the line again as funds replenish.
A secured business line of credit requires a business to pledge assets as collateral to secure the line. Lenders typically ask for short-term assets, such as accounts receivable or inventory.
An unsecured business line of credit does not require a business to pledge assets as collateral to secure the line. Lenders typically require the business owner to have a strong credit profile.
Lines of credit can be an ideal funding solution for startups and pre-revenue business. Lenders typically require the business owner to have a strong credit profile.