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Quantifying the need for a business line of credit (access required)

Whether in good economic times or in bad, most businesses have the need for a short-term source of capital, particularly if they’re extending credit to their customers (i.e. giving them time to pay) or manufacturing a tangible product. This capital often comes in the form of a business line of credit, whereby a business can borrow ...

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