Performance Based Funding

Flexible Terms for Your Growing Business

We’re here to help you grow while managing variable cash flow. Here’s how it works.

The Revenue Advance: Flexible Terms for Your Growing Business

We help you grow while managing variable cash flow. Here’s how it works: You’ll borrow $20,000 to $10 million with variable terms against future revenue. Payback is a fixed percentage of your daily or weekly receipts: When sales are up, you’re paying off your advance faster.

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Find out how we’re helping businesses grow in many ways, in most every industry.

Buy Equipment

Maintain your competitive edge.


Act quickly on new market opportunities.

Maintain Cash Flow

Compensate for slower startup or seasonal sales.


Improve your workplace for enhanced employee and customer satisfaction.

Manage Expenses

Compensate for unpredictable cash outlays.

Purchase Inventory

Buffer your operation from supply-chain issues.

Staff Up

Add people when and where you need them.

Launch a Marketing Campaign

Keep the conversation going with customers and prospects.

Bolster Your Payroll

Compensate seasonal employees during slow periods.

Get Started With Ease


Submit the easy online application and within minutes, a Capital Specialist will call to discuss your funding request.

Get a decision

We'll make our funding recommendation within four to 24 hours.

Receive your funds

You'll receive a lump-sum payout within 24 to 72 hours. Spend it at your own pace, as you need it.

Revenue Advance FAQ

How Long Will It Take To Pay Off a Revenue-Based Loan?

It depends on how much you take out and how much your revenue is over time. More revenue coming in means you will pay off the loan more quickly.

Can I get a Revenue-Based Loan with Bad Credit?

If you have a revenue history for your business, you can get a revenue advance even with bad credit. These types of loans are designed for business owners with poor credit but who have provable revenue coming in.

What is the Difference Between a Merchant Cash Advance and Revenue Advance?

While the terms are sometimes used interchangeably, there are some distinctions between a merchant cash advance and a revenue advance. The biggest difference is that a revenue advance requires proof of revenue coming in, while a merchant cash advance can be a little more flexible and may use additional factors to determine qualification.

What is the Interest Rate for a Revenue Advance?

The interest rates for a revenue cash advance are a little different than a typical loan. These interest rates also tend to be higher because there are no assets to back them.

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