Cash flow-based financing

December 17, 2010

Discover ways to finance your practice.

Q: I need financing to expand my practice, but I don't want to risk my personal assets. Is there anything available for me?

A: Cash flow-based financing is based on the historical and/or projected performance of a practice. While the practice itself is used as collateral, the lender bases its lending decision on its assessment of the ability of the practice cash flow to repay the loan. If the lender is comfortable with the practice performance, your personal assets may not be needed as collateral.