Probably works hard to help small businesses finance their operations, expansions, and success! We offer a wide array of small business financing options – but our three most popular are our working capital loans, merchant cash advances, and equipment financing.
Let’s look into each so that you can feel confident in your small business financing choice! Of course, if you still have questions, reach out to our knowledgeable team to learn which of our small business financing options is the right fit for you.
Working Capital Loans
A working capital loan is a loan for your small business’ everyday operations. That means these loans have shorter terms and are not used as prolonged investment funding. Think of these loans as ‘bridge loans’ to help you bridge the gap between paydays, large orders, or an influx of working capital.
Working capital loans are often used for payroll, equipment, taxes, marketing, rent, or debt payments when your business’ next payday is still a few days away. Seasonal businesses might need working capital loans to bridge the gaps when they are prepping for their busy seasons.
All small businesses have slow and busy periods, but that doesn’t mean your bills won’t continue to pile up. Use a working capital loan to help with your cash flow at any time of the month or year.
Merchant Cash Advances
A merchant cash advance (MCA) isn’t a loan but a cash advance based on your business’ credit card sales. You can apply for a merchant cash advance and have your funds deposited into your business checking account quickly, making it an excellent option for fast funding.
Our merchant cash advance looks at your daily credit card receivables more than your business or personal credit to determine approval. This means even a small business with lower credit scores or a new business without a long credit history can be approved.
While a merchant cash advance might make sense for a small business that needs cash quickly and doesn’t have a long (or high) credit history, it is essential to make sure you understand the term-limit, interest rates, and any holdback.
Ask your Probably agent to explain this small business financing option to you – as clarity and transparency are two of our core values!
Our equipment finance services can help your small business acquire new or used equipment without emptying your bank account. When you lease a piece of equipment, you’re essentially renting it while making payments for the duration of the lease agreement. Our equipment financing not only gives ownership of the equipment to your business but the equipment also usually serves as collateral for the loan.
We know that equipment is essential to keeping many businesses going, and if you use large equipment, or need multiples, it can tie up a large amount of your working capital or credit. Whether your business has one or several equipment needs, equipment financing is a way to have that equipment right when you need it, even if you do not have the full cash on hand.
Choose an equipment finance company that works in your industry and understands your unique needs for the best results and approval rates – like Probably! We specialize in equipment financing for small businesses in multiple industries, and we can say ‘probably yes’ to your equipment needs.
Contact Probably for the Best Small Business Financing Option for You!
Most banks won’t even consider helping smaller or newer businesses but Probably wants to work with you to help you grow regardless of your age or credit history. That’s why we offer small business financing options that can work for anyone.
We think that every business deserves the chance to get the funding they need to succeed – and we’ve made our business out of believing in them!
Contact Probably today to learn more about our small business financing options and how they can work for you.