Funds readily available through a line of credit are essential for preparing and handling unexpected expenses.
Truly amortized product, where you only pay interest on money that is drawn from line.
Unsecured programs, no collateral needed, up to $250,000.
Annual Interest Rates are Prime (8.5%) + 0% to 2%.
Funds that are Available When You Need Them Most.
Vet’s often require large sums of money in working capital to run and expand their practices. Vet’s use commercial credit lines to cover interim business operational expenses as they await for insurance payouts and receivables.
A Quick and Easy Process from Start to Finish.
We have created the perfect process to approve and arrange a line of credit facility for your Veterinarian Practice. Working closely with you every step of the way, ensures everything goes smoothly to secure your business the correct line of credit.
To qualify for a line of credit, your veterinarian company should have demonstrated profitability on the most recent filed business tax return. This showcases your ability to afford payments after drawing funds from the line of credit. Even if your last tax return shows net losses, you may still be eligible. Certain expenses (non-taxables) on the return can be "added back" to the net profit amount, bringing your business to a qualifying requirement. Examples of expenses that may be added back in are certain interest paid on borrowed money and depreciation expense incurred by use of equipment or real estate owned by company's members other than owner/officer/partner who is requesting loan.
While business has been steady, she has struggled to keep up with larger expenses like new medical equipment and facility upgrades. She knew she needed access to more working capital but was unsure where to start.
That's when she connected with Line of Credit Depot. We were able to structure an unsecured line of credit up to $250,000 for Dr. Johnson's clinic. The interest rate was prime plus only 1% - much more affordable than other financing options she had explored.
With the flexible funds now available whenever she needs them, Dr. Johnson has been able to purchase that new X-ray machine her clinic desperately needed. She has also started renovations to expand her facilities so she can bring on another vet and serve more patients in the community.
Dr. Johnson is thrilled to have found such a perfect line of credit solution for her veterinary practice. The funds have allowed her business to grow and provide even better care for all the animals in town. She hopes her success story will encourage other vet practices to explore this financing option.
Moreover, veterinary practices that opt for lines of credit often utilize these financial resources for various purposes, including covering payroll for their dedicated veterinary teams, investing in office technology upgrades, launching effective marketing and advertising campaigns to reach pet owners, and acquiring vital medical and imaging equipment for animal care.
Running a veterinary practice often involves dealing with unforeseen expenses that can arise at any time. Large fluctuations in patient volume can exacerbate cash flow challenges, making it all the more crucial for successful and fiscally responsible veterinary practices to maintain a secure cash reserve. Rather than keeping idle funds in a bank account, they have access to a flexible line of credit that allows them to draw funds as needed, ensuring they can navigate the ups and downs of the veterinary business effectively.
If you're a veterinary practice owner or partner seeking to explore the diverse range of lines of credit available to ensure the financial stability of your practice, we invite you to apply here and discover the lifeline your veterinary venture needs.
In the world of veterinary care, where veterinarians bear the financial responsibility for the well-being of our furry companions, securing a reliable financial lifeline is essential. Veterinary practices today face a multitude of challenges as a business model. Maintaining the financial health of your practice can be particularly challenging due to industry hurdles such as reduced pet insurance reimbursements, an increasing number of underinsured pet owners, and staffing shortages. Veterinary clinics play a crucial role in our society, and veterinarians are now contending with a growing list of regulatory complexities and ever-evolving insurance payer rules.
When veterinary practices consider applying for lines of credit, their primary motivation often stems from the frustration of invoicing and accounts receivable delays. The veterinary revenue cycle can be a formidable obstacle for animal care providers, prompting veterinary clinics to seek external credit solutions to bridge the financial gap.
Reimbursement delays can significantly impact the cash flow of veterinary clinics. When claims submissions encounter obstacles with insurance companies, veterinarians find themselves waiting for payment, all while managing the intricate task of running a business. This includes covering staff salaries, rent, utilities, and other essential operational expenses.