Accounting Firm Business Loans
Loans and financing options for Accounting Companies
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Types of Accounting Firm Business Loans
How Accounting Firm Business Loans Can Help You
As an accountant or owner of an accounting firm, you want to provide the best customer experience possible for your clients. In order to do this, you may need access to financing to ensure that you can hire the best staff, purchase the best technology and software, and ensure that your business is running smoothly at all times. Consider financing for your company to cover your everyday working capital needs.
Purchase New Technology and Software
- Use financing to purchase laptops, computers, or software.
- Use a working capital loan to pay for new office equipment.
Modernize Your Office
- Create a clean, modern, comfortable office in your business for customers
- Purchase new furniture for your office.
Pay For Everyday Expenses
- Cover the cost of recurring expenses like payroll and taxes
- Pay your business office expenses: rent and utilities to keep the lights on and water running
Invest in Marketing for your Business
- Pay for advertising for your accounting firm
- Use working capital loan to upgrade your website
How to Apply
Why National Funding?
When considering the needs of your accounting firm, you want a lender who has worked with companies like yours before. At National Funding, we understand that securing financing for an accounting firm can be difficult. As a business owner, you sometimes have to wait for customers to pay for services. Business loans from National Funding don’t require lengthy paperwork. Speak with one of our friendly, knowledgeable Funding Specialists to learn more about our business loans.
We Know Accounting Firms
Experience supporting accountants and accounting firm owners
Trusted by Businesses Like Yours
Over $4.5 billion in funding to more than 75,000 businesses nationwide
Lending solutions and payment options tailored to your specific needs
Fast & Easy Application Process
No-cost, no-obligation application with funding in as few as 24 hours1
Funding Specialists Who Care
Experienced Funding Specialists help you make the right decision
No collateral requirements, plus simple, automatic payments3
Accounting Firms Business Resources
Tax time is stressful for almost everyone, but as a small business owner you have a more complicated set of tax requirements to abide by than most. Navigating quarterly taxes and understanding the deductions available for your business are difficult tasks. Prepare yourself by reviewing these common tax mistakes so you know what to avoid and don’t cost your facility money come tax time.
As of June 5, 2020, a new bill has been signed into law by the President to expand the PPP loan forgiveness rules. While the details around these changes will continue to unfold in the coming weeks, these updates are good news for PPP borrowers. The Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act includes changes that should bring a sigh of relief for business owners who continue to struggle to get back on their feet in the wake of COVID-19.
In March, the IRS announced that taxpayers generally have until July 15, 2020, to file and pay federal income taxes originally due on April 15. No late-filing penalty, late-payment penalty or interest will be due. Learn more about the updated tax deadlines for businesses in 2020 in our post.
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