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We have several tools to help grow your business

Working Capital

Working capital can come in many different forms with a range of features, terms, and repayment options. We’ll work with you to explore the available options to find the funding that best fits your wants, needs, and budget.

SBA Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loans


  • Loans from $75K to $20M+ for most real estate and business needs.
  • Stated income, asset based, and full documentation Underwriting available.
  • Rates from 5.75%, fixed terms out to 30 years, with LTVs up to 200%.
Begin your SBA 7(a) Small Business Loan application today.
We’ve streamlined the SBA loan process!
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Equipment financing is available for most industries and completing the below form will not affect your credit. 
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Cannabis related Business

As legalized cannabis and marijuana products have spread across the US, many business owners are facing vast opportunities traditional banks aren’t servicing. This has created a growing need for financing cannabis business operations. Whether you are a dispensary, grower, manufacturer, or distributor of legal cannabis products, there is a need for financing to support and accelerate growth. We will take a look at ways to fund your cannabis dispensary, farm facility or other operations related to supporting the legal cannabis industry:

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Asset Funding  

Your company is successful, but your traditional working capital facilities have become limited. You are using more of your cash to cover inventory and supplies. New opportunities are on the horizon, but your hands are tied. 

Learn how we can help.

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Factoring allows a business to obtain immediate capital or money based on the future income attributed to a particular amount due on an account receivable or a business invoice. Accounts receivables represent money owed to the company from its customers for sales made on credit.
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How to Get Started with ERC

Our team of professionals will help you from start to finish, making sure that you get every dollar back that your business deserves.

Receive Cash Back Through the
Employee Retention Credit.

ERC allows businesses to claim payroll tax credits for each employee they retained during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 & 2021. Collectively, your business could be eligible to receive up to $26,000 per employee in refundable taxes. Here’s how the math works —


Qualifications for 2020

50% of qualified wages paid per employee up to $5,000 per employee for that year.

Qualifications for 2021

70% of qualified wages paid per employee up to $21,000 per employee for the year.

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