business can get financing:
• Your personal credit score from all three bureaus (go to www.annualcreditreport.com for your free annual credit report each year)
• Your revolving debt ratio
• Any major derogatories like a bankruptcy (that is not charged off) or foreclosure Equity in real estate
• Balances in checking, savings, brokerage, and retirement accounts
•Outside sources of income
• How many years in business (and entity structure like LLC or corporation)?
• Annual gross sales for the business
• Annual profits for the business
• A business plan
• Historic Financials
• Monthly VISA/MASTERCARD sales
• Do you have any accounts receivable?
• Do you have equipment paid for?
• Business credit score and rating
• The number of vendors reporting to the business credit
The first step to determine if your business is fundable is to evaluate the above criteria that pertain to you and your business at the current time.
If your business is very fundable, the second step is to determine what types of financing would be best in your situation to start or grow your business?
If your business is NOT fundable currently, the next step is to determine what you need to change, and in what time frame, in order for your business to become more FUNDABLE?
The final step is to determine the right sources for the right type of funding for your business.
The best way to find out whether you can get funding is to schedule a free 30-minute Fundability Check-Up to determine your Funding Index.
Complete the Fundability Request form and one of our funding experts will contact you to schedule your Fundability Check-up.