What is Debt Consolidation?

Debt consolidation combines multiple high-interest debts, such as credit cards, lines of credit or merchant cash advances, into a single monthly payment. Ideally, it’s used to lower the overall monthly payment of all debt along with decreasing the repayment period. Additionally, invoice factoring can be leveraged to consolidate stacked or multiple MCA or ACH loans improving monthly cash flow for the debtor.

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A Recap of the “Debt is Not a Four-Letter Word” Workshop

A Recap of the “Debt is Not a Four-Letter Word” Workshop

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How Private Equity and Debt Financing Can Be the Perfect Mix

How Private Equity and Debt Financing Can Be the Perfect Mix

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How Stasher Found Sustainable Success with Debt Financing

How Stasher Found Sustainable Success with Debt Financing

The “Debt is Not a Four-Letter Word” workshop at FounderMade’s D2C Finance & Funding Summit in June 2021 was very informative and inspiring; so much…

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