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CAPLines Working Capital Loan


Office of Capital Access

The CAPLines program is designed to help small businesses meet their short-term and cyclical working capital needs. The program can be used to finance seasonal working capital needs; finance the direct costs of performing certain construction, service and supply contracts; finance the direct cost associated with commercial and residential construction; finance operating capital by obtaining advances against existing inventory and accounts receivable; and consolidate short-term debt. SBA provides up to an 85 percent guarantee. There are five distinct loan programs under the CAPLine umbrella: Contract Loan, Seasonal Line of Credit, Builder's Line of Credit, Small Asset-Based Line of Credit, and Standard Asset-Based Line of Credit.

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Tags: Financing, Sales, Startup, Established, No Employees, Small/Medium (1-500 employees)

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