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What is a Cash Advance?

A cash advance is a popular financial tool among self-employed individuals and small business owners who find themselves in need of quick funds. Essentially, a business cash advance allows these entrepreneurs to receive a lump sum of money upfront, which they can then repay through a percentage of their future sales or revenue.

When faced with unforeseen expenses or the need for immediate capital injection, traditional loan options may not always be the most feasible solution for self-employed individuals or small businesses. This is where a business cash advance comes into play. It provides an efficient alternative that doesn’t require lengthy applications, extensive paperwork, or collateral.

Unlike conventional loans that typically involve fixed monthly payments over an extended period of time, a cash advance offers more flexibility in repayment terms. Instead of predetermined installments, borrowers pay back the advance by allocating a portion of their daily credit card sales or revenue until the agreed-upon amount is settled.

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