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Merchant Cash Advance Consolidation Increases

Merchant Cash Advance Consolidation Increases

If your business is struggling to pay crushing merchant cash advances, then consolidate them.  Merchant cash advance consolidation increases continue.
What is a merchant cash advance consolidation?   A merchant cash advance consolidation is when a business that has more than one merchant cash advances takes out one loan to pay off multiple other advances.   The term of the loan is usually longer than the term of the other advances.

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Businesses that have short term merchant cash advances can consolidate them into one loan with terms between 12 and 60 months.  Pay as little as 20% of your current daily or monthly payment.    If you are paying $100 per day, consolidate and pay between $20 and $40 per day.   The process is easy.  If you have been in business 6 months or longer, apply for consolidation today.

A business can lower the amount they spend on these advances as much as 100% to 200%.

We can take a look at a common example of how much a business can save per month in the repayment by consolidating merchant cash advances.    If a merchant took out a $10,000 advance for 6 months, the monthly repayment is about $2,166.   With a consolidation for 36 months, the monthly repayment can be lowered to about $400 per month.    The merchant will be repaying about 20% of the previous monthly payment.

Callers call in requesting information on identical or similar topics.   Callers request information on a Merchant Cash Advance Consolidation.   These requests will increase.

For immediate release, Pittsburgh, PA  Titan Ironworks announces a Consolidation of $175,000 in Merchant Cash Advances.   President Mark Tillman told the Pittsburgh Business Times, “This Consolidation will improve Titan Ironworks’ Monthly cash flow by $10,000 per month.  We had been paying $25,000 per month between 3 advances.  This Consolidation and extension lowers that to $15,000 per month.  With the extra cash flow, we can again put more monies into Advertising, employees and expanding new product offerings through Research & Development.”   Mr. Tillman also stated that Annual Net Income is expected to increase significantly due to the improved cash flow position.
Other sources of information on merchant cash advance consolidation increases may include the SBA small business administration

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What is the fiscal cliff?

There has been much talk about the fiscal cliff.   What is the fiscal cliff and how much of a danger is it?    These questions and more may best be summed up in a simple question and answer format.

Question: What is the fiscal cliff?  Answer: The fiscal cliff refers to a moment in time after which the Government does not have enough money to continue to meet it’s obligations, basically, to run itself.

Question:  Why will the Government run out of money?

Answer:  There are really two answers to this.   The overall reason the Government will run out of money is because, for several decades, it has spent more, or far more than it takes in in revenues in just about every year.    The specific reason it may not have enough money to continue to pay it’s bills is because in order to be able to continue spending more than it takes in in revenues, the government has to continue borrowing to make up the difference.   The government has set up a borrowing limit, commonly called a debt ceiling.   In order for the government to borrow above the debt ceiling, Congress must approve such an increase to the debt ceiling. The president cannot do this by himself.    If the government does not approve an increase in the debt ceiling, it will suddenly, within the span of a day, not be able to pay over 40% of the bills it currently pays.   Monies and accounts can be shifted around so that this day can be delayed, however there is a point in time when it will occur.

Question: When is the fiscal cliff:   Answer:   The fiscal cliff is sometime in the month of December 2012.     There is not an exact day because the government can move money around for a short period of time, estimated at approximately a few weeks.

So the answer to the question what is the fiscal cliff is quite simple.

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