Accessing small business funding shouldn't be complicated or time-consuming, so Kabbage developed a simple way to get up to $250,000 in minutes.1
up to a $250k line of credit*
qualify in 10 minutes1
choose 6,12 or 18month terms2,4
Apply anywhere in minutes
Enter basic business information and link your revenue data online or through our mobile app.
Get a decision quickly 1,3
We'll review your business performance to let you know how much working capital you can access.
Start using your funds today
Take the amount you need now and come back whenever you need more capital to grow your business.
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You decide when to use your funds and how much to take. As long as you have available funds, you can withdraw every time you need capital, up to once per day.
Kabbage Funding has simple, monthly payments with no origination fees or prepayment penalties. You can review your payment schedule before taking a loan so there won't be any surprises.
Securely link your business information online to get an automatic financial review. This lets us evaluate your business right away without requiring you to track down financial statements.
Withdraw from your line by logging into your computer, using our mobile app or swiping your Kabbage Card. You'll have the security of a line of credit* you can use whenever you need it, wherever you are.
Kabbage customers have securely connected more than 1 million data sources. We’re A+ rated by the Better Business Bureau and certified for our commitment to customer privacy.
From applying to managing your account and making the most of your capital, our in-house team of experts is here to help when you need it.
Southern Lights Electric was like a lot of small businesses: they were growing but needed extra funds to capitalize on their opportunities. Now they use Kabbage Funding to finance materials and take on more clients as their business expands.More Kabbage Stories
To qualify for a small business loan, your business needs to be at least a year old. You should have revenues of $50,000 annually or $4,200 per month over the last three months. 3