Evaluating a business as a going concern

During an audit, one thing that will be evaluated is your company’s ability to continue as a going concern. In layman’s terms, this means: will your company be able to stay in business in the near future? Making this determination is oftentimes not black and white, and there are several factors that both management and …

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Being Aware of Your Debt Covenants

When companies are approved for a bank loan or line of credit, the loan agreement often contains certain affirmative and negative debt covenants. Debt covenants are conditions that the borrower must comply with in order to adhere to the terms of the loan agreement. Essentially, debt covenants bind a business to specific types of behavior …

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What You Need to Know about Asset-Based Financing

Asset-based financing, though once considered a financing option of last resort, is now a popular choice for companies that are highly leveraged with debt or do not have a long credit track record for traditional financing. The main difference between asset-based financing and other traditional types of lending is that asset-based financing is secured by …

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