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post #1 of Old 01-16-2016, 01:51 PM Thread Starter
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Increasing Cleaning Business Cash Flow With A Short Time In Business.

From what I see many new businesses struggle with cash flow in the first year of business.

Understanding you have expenses for gas, equipment and operating expenses, sometimes the cash flow isn't what it needs to be.

US Based Businesses with at least 5 months in business and 550+ credit score may be eligible for a Business Express Revenue Loan program with verifiable bank statements.

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Great idea.... take out a loan that way you get yourself even FURTHER behind. The money sounds great today but when the first payment is due and you still have no more money coming in than you had when you took out the loan you are SCREWED! And now that you are screwed you have the pressure of paying back that loan ON TOP of all your monthly living bills you have had all along.

If you can't afford to be in business then get out of business.... TODAY! Close it down! Go get a job... save money and when you are debt free with enough money saved to start a business, then start a business.

Or follow ^that^ dumbasses advice and screw yourself.

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additional cash flow.

appreciate the viewpoint and debt free is a great way to go. there are many options for people and to be able to responsibly borrow is an option.

there are people that have great credit, responsibly borrow and improve their credit score. some not so great and the ones with not so great credit won't be able to borrow based on the fact they have shown in the past they can't handle the responsibility of paying someone back.

life is about responsible choices and the ability to say no. just offering an option to people no need to be negative about it or resort to name calling.

no need to worry we've been doing this long enough to know ahead of time if someone isn't able to repay us our formulas will indicate this ahead of time and the money won't be lent because we understand that if someone can't handle the loan we don't get repaid on it.

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