Cash is King

Preserving capital is important for businesses because it allows them to have a financial cushion to help them weather unexpected expenses or downturns in the market. When a business has a reserve of capital, it is better able to handle unexpected expenses such as equipment repairs, unexpected increases in the cost of goods, or even a temporary loss of customers.

Capital also allows a business to invest in growth opportunities. For example, a business with a strong reserve of capital may be able to expand into new markets, develop new products, or acquire other companies. This can help the business to increase its revenue and grow its market share, which in turn can help to increase its profitability.

In addition, maintaining a reserve of capital can also help a business to secure financing when it needs it. Lenders are often more willing to lend money to a business that has a strong balance sheet and a healthy reserve of capital. This can make it easier for a business to secure financing for expansion or other growth opportunities.

Finally, preserving capital is also important for personal financial reasons. Having a reserve of capital can provide peace of mind and security, knowing that you have a safety net to fall back on if things don’t go as planned.

In summary, preserving capital is important because it allows a business to have a financial cushion to help weather unexpected expenses, invest in growth opportunities, secure financing, and provide peace of mind and security.

Author: Jim Coxon

Because I specialize in equipment and software financing between $1k - $1mil, it's important that I move rapidly. And with the help of my team, I'm able to move deals from application to funding within hours. And not just for well-established companies, I close quickly on start-ups and sole props as well. I work hard every day, rarely take a day off, and ALWAYS return calls. And with my decade-plus of experience in finance, I know how to work a deal. Call me and find out for yourself.

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