Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 20, 2013
Financing a business can become an insurmountable task. When building a business, the first step is to find a group of investors who believe in the idea about to come to fruition. Many business owners think once those start-up investments pile in, there is no need for excess capital. Merchants will soon realize that initial start-up is a short phase and to achieve a consistently flowing business that remains flush with profit, additional money is needed to keep the gears consistently moving. Even businesses that are seeing high grosses and profit may still end up in the "red" because of overhead costs which include; rent, staff payroll, and purchasing inventory. When the lights are about to be turned off for a business, there are alternative aside from closing up shop and the merchant putting their head in the sand. Merchant Finance Connection is now offering merchant cash advances to qualified business.
A merchant cash advance (mca) is used by many retail businesses across the United States as a bridge to empower their business to continue flowing. There are no fixed payments, no fixed time frame, and payments for the loan only get paid when a business can formally pay them. The American economy has traveled through turbulent waters where these loans have become common place. Extra cash from a merchant cash advance (mca) equates to equipment purchases, buying out a troubled business partner, perform renovations, new marketing campaigns, and adding additional business locations. These loans not only allow businesses to continue running smoothly but also allow businesses the continuity to grow and flourish.
Merchants qualify for a merchant cash advance (mca) loan by displaying a minimum credit card volume of at least $5,000. The loan qualifies that a particular business owner can sell to the loaner a fixed dollar amount of their future credit and debit card sales. The loaner retrieves a fixed percentage from each transaction. The percentage retrieved from each sale is fixed for the life-time of the funding. The loaner is only paid when the business gets paid. When the loaner approves the contract, the merchant receives cash wired directly to the business’s bank account.
Now is the time to empower a business through a merchant cash advance (mca) which can be easily obtained over the Internet.
For more information log on to: http://www.merchantfinanceconnection.com.