You can use a portfolio of stocks, bonds, mutual funds, U.S. Treasuries, or cash to get a low-interest line of credit. Because the loan is secured with hard assets, interest rates are extremely favorable and funds can be available quickly. Best part? You only pay interest on the money you use.
The right equipment at the right time could improve your bottom line. Whether you need company vehicles, furniture, or computers, leasing offers a quick and easy way to get needed equipment without using your cash or working capital as a down payment. Other advantages include 100% financing, potential tax benefits, and fixed payments.
Similar to small business credit cards, these loans typically consist of multiple revolving lines of credit from $25,000 to $150,000. Instead of requiring personal collateral from the business owner to secure the loan, the lenders consider the borrower's overall financial strength and creditworthiness to determine eligibility.
We know helping you to fund your business isn’t the end. It’s just the beginning. So, we’ll work with you to get the resources you need to run your business as well. Like the right Insurance and Payroll services. Just send us a quick note if you'd like us to introduce you to providers who really understand franchises and small businesses.
Our insurance providers are experts in the franchise industry. So, you can be confident the coverage they offer is the coverage you need. Plus, we’ll help you narrow down providers and plans to find the one that fits your budget. But we’re still not done. Because even after you’re covered, our risk managers will work to help your business run safely.
Property & General Liability
Business Owners Policy
Auto Liability & Physical Damage
Health & Life Insurance
Keeping up with the day-to-day responsibilities of managing employees takes up a lot of time, so we have partnered with ADP® to make sure you have access to the very best payroll, HR, benefits and compliance solutions. From hire to retire, ADP will help you save valuable time and reduce your company's overhead costs.