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Depending on many factors, a loan can often be used to provide some of the cash needed for an acquisition. Considerations include the cash flow of the acquiring company, the historical cash flow of the entity being acquired, the types of assets being acquired, and whether or by how much the purchase price exceeds the value of assets being acquired.
Key points to consider:
- If working capital assets, such as inventory or accounts receivable are being acquired, a Revolving Line of Credit might be the appropriate loan structure.
- If fixed assets, that are longer-lived and can be used to produce cash flow over multiple operating cycles are acquired, a business term loan might be the appropriate loan structure.
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