Small Business Financing

Many small businesses need financing for various reasons. Whether you’re looking to expand operations, purchase real estate, increase working capital, or obtain inventory or equipment, getting a small business loan can help.


Account Receivables

Factoring financing has been around as a business technique for a long time. In basic terms, it is a transfer of risk. Although many financial experts will use the term factor financing synonymous with accounts receivable financing, factoring is different in that it actually transfers ownership of those accounts receivable. Read More……

Purchase Order

Purchase Order Financing is a type of commercial financing that allows a business to finance the inventory they need to fill an order using the purchase order from the client as collateral. Purchase Order Financing enables a company to process large orders and expand production without worrying about depleting cash reserves. Add more info about the service. Read More……

Equipment Leasing

Perhaps the greatest benefit of leasing a car is the lower out-of-pocket costs when acquiring and maintaining the car. Leases require little or no down payment, and there are no upfront sales tax charges. Additionally, monthly payments are usually lower, and you get the pleasure of owning a new car every few years. Read More……

Business Line Of Credit Services

A business line of credit can be a valuable financial tool to help business owners approach financing in a strategic and thoughtful way. Having access to a credit line to help take advantage of opportunities or meet other short-term capital needs can help you build a thriving business. TMI & Partners, Ltd can help your business meet those financial challenges thought our Business Line Of Credit Services: Read More…….

Bank Deposit /Real Estate Collateralize Loan

Loan Amounts from $200,000 up to $2,000,000
Supported by Deposit History and Collateralize by Any Combination of Real Estate Read More……

SOAR Fund loan

Small businesses and nonprofits across 15 southern states can now get low-interest loans of up to $100,000 and free business support from the Southern Opportunity and Resilience (SOAR) Fund as they work to rebuild from the pandemic. Read More…….

Medical Insurance Receivables

US Med Capital’s Medical Receivables Financing Program, often called accounts receivables financing is an asset-based factoring facility that fast-tracks payments from insurance carriers by allowing US MED Capital to purchase your net eligible insurance receivables. The healthcare sector is stressed with cash flow issues due to outstanding insurance claims with terms between 30, 60, 90, 120 plus days.Add more info about the service. Read More……

Business Line of Credit

A line of credit is basically a flexible loan from a bank or financial institution to an individual or business. Not unlike how a credit card offers you a limited amount of funds that you can use when, if, and how you wish, a line of credit is a limited/specified amount of money that an individual can access as needed and then repay immediately or over a pre-specified period of time. As a loan, a line of credit will charge interest as soon as money is borrowed. Read More…...

Merchant Cash Advance

A merchant cash advance is not a loan. It is purchased with future revenue, so business owners are purchasing money at a discount. It is classified as a business transaction and thus is not subject to the same scrutiny or usury laws as traditional loans. Read More……

Bank Term Loans

SmartBiz makes getting a Bank Term Loans easier. A Bank Term Loan is a short term loan solely based on your business profile. A rough online automation, SmartBiz shrinks the lending process from months down to weeks. Read More……..

New York City Loan Programs

Our Funder provides the following loan products ranging from $25,000 to $1 Million to small businesses in all five boroughs as well as the greater metropolitan area of New York City. Read More…….