Asset Based Lending FAQs for Healthcare Providers

For healthcare providers, the financing arena can often be confusing, especially if your organization is seeking a solution outside of traditional banks. At CNH Finance, our team has created a list of questions and answers to help healthcare providers understand asset based lending, or...

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Leveraging Assets for Capital without Divestment

The need for working capital can often place businesses in an awkward position, especially if loans are not a desired or feasible option. Funding operation out of pocket can quickly deplete cash reserves. Cash advances can easily create more financial problems than they pretend...

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Large Construction Companies Are Avoiding Debt-Based Financing

Currently, large construction companies are poised for growth across the country. New construction projects in big metro areas like NYC and Dallas, infrastructure contracts, repair, and more all require a source of working capital. However, large construction companies are pivoting away from traditional debt-based...

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Finding Healthcare Financing with Growth Potential

Finding adequate healthcare financing can be a challenge. Finding healthcare financing that not only provides working capital but also increases the potential for growth can seem like a fairy tale. However, of the three main types of healthcare financing, only one offers capital...

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The Impact of Inventory on Business Financing

From large manufacturers to import/export companies to niche online stores – inventory plays a vital role. Without inventory, businesses cannot fill customer orders. However, without revenue from sales, businesses cannot purchase more inventory or the raw materials to produce inventory to sell to...

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Uneven Revenue Cycles: How Businesses Create a Financial Buffer

Uneven revenue cycles are not unusual for businesses in all industries. From new and small businesses to large companies and even businesses going through growing pains, having the capital available to handle uneven revenue cycles and still maintain operations is essential to long-term...

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Business Financing: How Startups Avoid the Debt Trap

Like all businesses, startups need a sound strategy for financing their operations. Many startups so not have the high credit scores and financial history to access loans, and if they do, they are not too keen on taking on debt. In some...

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Healthcare Mergers: Making a Smooth Transition

Mergers and acquisitions in the healthcare industry are not uncommon. In many cases, healthcare mergers provide wider coverage and quality services to a larger population in need of medial care and assistance. However, healthcare mergers are simultaneously complex and time-sensitive transactions, and need...

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Purchasing Materials for Your Manufacturing Company

Manufacturers often face a dilemma when it comes to purchasing raw materials. Day-to-day operations and customer requests frequently place a strain on internal finances. The cost of raw materials, equipment, and labor are not inexpensive, and manufacturers cannot always rely on a positive...

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Preserve Credit Ratings and Finance Your Business

Building and preserving business credit ratings can be a challenge, especially if you are seeking additional funding. However, there is a way to get the working capital you need without taking on debt or further impacting your business credit...

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