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Fintap offers online solutions for small business financing. You could get approved and funded within just 24 hours. Receive up to $750,000 to expand your business or manage expenses. Here’s how it works:

Step 01

Step 1: Minimum Requirements

6 Months in Business

$60,000+ in Annual Sales

Business Bank Account

Step 02

Step 2: Apply Online

Apply through our user-friendly online form. Approval can be granted in as little as 24 hours.

Step 03

Step 3: Tailored Solution

A funding advisor will get in touch to talk about your funding options. Get funding for your small business.

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$150 Million+
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How can funding for your business help you?

Small business financing can be integral part of your business growth. It can allow your small business to grow and thrive. Having access to capital can help improve your business operations through such things as doing renovations, purchasing new equipment, investing in marketing and advertising, or even to foray into new markets.

  • Grow Your Business

    Buy inventory, aid marketing campaigns, start a new branch, or hire new staff members.

  • Handle Capital Expenditures

    upgrading equipment, enhancing facilities, and incorporating essential elements for growth, enabling your business to progress.

  • Safeguard Personal Finances

    keeping complications from personal loans separate from your business.

  • Pay Bills

    Ensure timely payments for bills, taxes, and vendors to avoid receiving overdue notices.

  • Cash on Hand

    Ensure you have enough working capital set aside to handle planned expansion or unforeseen requirements.

  • Maintain control of your business

    Preserve your independence by refraining from relinquishing control of your business to equity partners or other funding sources.