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What Is A Working Capital Loan?
This type of business loan provides financing for your everyday operational costs. Whether you need help making payroll, paying rent on your office space, covering utility bills, or purchasing supplies, a working capital loan can help you survive a cash flow shortage or liquidity problem.
What Can A Working Capital Loan Be Used For?
Working capital loans are pretty flexible; however, they are intended for short-term needs, not long-term assets or investments. For example:
- Short-term debt payments
- Other daily operating expenses to “keep the lights on”
Seasonal businesses and those with cyclical sales periods may get the most benefit from a working capital loan. You may have to use your personal credit worthiness as the business owner to obtain this type of business loan.
Secured vs. Unsecured Working Capital Loans
A secured working capital loan is backed by collateral, such as an asset or savings account your business owns. If you default on your loan, your lender can seize the collateral.
Unsecured working capital loans do not require collateral. Approval is based solely on the business owner’s credit and the financial situation of the business. Defaulting will hurt your credit score and ability to secure future business loans.
Apply For A Working Capital Loan In Southern Wisconsin Or Northern Illinois!
We make business loans easy and offer Sound Advice to help you be successful. You can see what your loan payment would be with our business loan calculator
or debt consolidation calculator
. We can also help with your business loan rates. If you want to forget “business as usual”, you’ve come to the right place! Meet with a business lender at an office near you. FNBT has convenient locations
in Argyle, Beloit, Clinton, Darien, Delavan, Elkhorn, Janesville, Monroe, Walworth, and Williams Bay, WI and Rockton, Roscoe, and Winnebago, IL.