CMS FUNDING BLOG

Gone are the days of small businesses only having the option to work with brick and mortar financial institutions with tight lending habits and slow turn around times. Rather than having to put up company or personal assets as collateral on a working capital loan,...

Reaching the fifth year of business is a huge milestone for any company. Once you hit that mark, you’re much more likely to have lasting success for years to come. So, how can you maximize your chances of reaching five years? Perhaps the most important factor is...

The biggest difference between short-term and long-term working capital loans is the repayment term. The best loan for your small business depends on your income stream, what you intend to use it for, and when you expect you would be able to pay back the loan in full. Short-Term Working...

Working capital offers protection to small businesses so you can ensure the continuance of your business operations. Whether you’re trying to weather a financial storm or wanting to take on a large order, it’s important to figure out how much money to borrow through a working capital loan. Here...

Managing your working capital should be at the forefront of any small business owners’ mind. If you have any kind of debt associated with your company, it’s a good idea to periodically consider refinancing. There are a few different ways refinancing can benefit your bottom...

Leasing your technology equipment comes with several benefits. First, you can save a lot of money upfront compared with purchasing all (or even some) of it outright. Second, you can avoid the headache of dealing with outdated equipment and simply upgrade to the newest model or version...

Small business growth continues to rise throughout the U.S. and is largely responsible for fueling broader economic growth trends recently. As an equipment vendor, you’re uniquely poised to take advantage of this success by refining your marketing plan and customer experience to truly target small business owners.Here are four simple things...

Vendor financing is ideal for companies that sell high-priced equipment. Most small business owners aren’t in a position to buy these items outright (or prefer not to), making some type of financing an essential component of closing the deal. Learn how you can increase your equipment sales by...

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