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BusinessFinance.com provides access to the lending and investing criteria of 4,382 sources of business financing broken down by over 500 types of business capital with each capital type being described in detail.

BusinessFinance.com provides access to the lending and investing criteria of 4,382 sources of business financing broken down by over 500 types of business capital with each capital type being described in detail. This allows businesses to evaluate if there is a form of funding they are interested in and then to match to their capital needs against the funding criteria of 4,382 sources of capital. A list of those they match is given to them for free.

Each capital type is defined, explained, and then the benefits of that option are listed. The topics of funding options include account receivable funding, angel investing, asset based financing, cash flow, commercial credit lines, commercial leasing, equipment leasing, equity capital, going public, SBA loans, and venture capital to name a few.

BusinessFinance.com (http://www.businessfinance.com) provides many more valuable resources on their website. The workbooks "How To Prepare & Present A Successful Business Funding Request", "Start A Business - Where To Begin and How To Grow", "Business Credit Profile - How To Build Yours Fast”, and "The Art & Science of Obtaining Venture or Angel Investor Capital" are all available for free download on their website.

To further assist start-up and growing companies, BusinessFinance.com has developed the Business Finance Coach (http://www.businessfinancecoach.com). The Business Finance Coach is a comprehensive online tool that assists business owners in making their businesses “bankable”. It helps them set up their business up the way lenders require it, to establish excellent business credit scores with the three business credit reporting agencies and provides them with every tool they must have to completely separate their personal credit from their business credit.

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