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Visa and SCORE Tools For Business Owners

Visa and SCORE launched an online tools for small business owners. The tools include business guidance on topics ranging from securing funds to managing cash flow. SCORE (Service Corps Of Retired Executives) is a non-profit association, a resource partner of the Small Business Administration, that has volunteers mentoring owners of small businesses all across the US. Visa is the number one credit card used by merchants all over the world.

The new program also offers merchants a Financial Management Workbook containing “an actionable, easy-to-follow curriculum and information on key areas of concern for small businesses”. SCORE’s website points out some of the major business topics covered:

  • How to efficiently manage cash flow
  • How to maximize income and the speed with which you get paid
  • How to minimize expenses
  • Knowing your business funding options
  • Being prepared for your business’s growth and “what if” scenarios.

“As a longtime provider of small business payment cards and related small business services,” says Raghav Lal, Visa’s head of Global Small Business, “we understand that it is vital for business owners to have easy access to resources and insight to help them manage the health of their business, especially during challenging economic times,”

US Business Finance Corp is an alternative business finance company that helps small businesses obtain Visa and MasterCard merchant credit card accounts and short-term merchant cash advances. On the average, businesses accepting credit cards see their sales receipts totals increase almost 20%. With steady sales from Visa and MasterCard sales, businesses can qualify for merchant cash advances – in amounts from $2,500 to $100,000 determined by monthly sales – to help in tight cash flow emergency situations or for general working capital needs.

If your business is looking for ways to research funding options, talk to the alternative funding experts at US Business Finance Corp – they can show you the benefits of small business loans, equipment leases, merchant cash advances or unsecured loans – and assist you in seeing how each may fit your business’s cash flow needs.

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