Business lines of credit often have more flexible repayment terms than a standard business loan. Business loan payments are typically fixed over the repayment period, while business lines of credit can offer interest-only payment terms or outstanding balances can be repaid using a variety of repayment strategies. Businesses with uncertain or fluctuating revenue streams, such as startups or seasonal businesses may benefit more from the flexible repayment terms a business line of credit offers.
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