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Business Financing and Cash Flow

Business Financing and Cash Flow

Most U.S. small-business owners have less than a one-month cash buffer, according to a 2017 report from the Federal Reserve ¹. When business owners face a funding crisis like that, they are often forced to cut staff, reduce hours or even use personal funds to plug that gap.

Thankfully, there are other options. The following articles highlight additional sources of funding, such as lines of credit and invoice factoring. These articles are written by experts at BlueVine, a Nationwide partner and leading online provider of working capital financing to small businesses:

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