Get a Business Line of Credit in Connecticut

Connecticut has over 322 thousand small businesses and of those about 94,000 firms have employees. There are over 175,000 self-employed people in Connecticut and these Sole Proprietorships can access a line of credit. Unlike other loan programs, lines of credit that we offer in Connecticut are available for Sole Proprietors. So, if you file a Schedule C with your Federal Tax Return (1040), you can apply for a line of credit.

Do you need access to affordable capital for your CT business? With rates starting at 4%, commercial financing doesn’t get much cheaper than this for Connecticut small businesses. From Hartford to New Haven, businesses across Connecticut can apply for high quality bank financing with Line of Credit Depot.

Because of our great referral relationships with banks located in Connecticut, we know exactly what local or national bank will offer your CT business the best possible line of credit facility.  

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