Working Capital Loan

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What is a 'Working Capital Loan'

A working capital loan is a loan whose purpose is to finance everyday operations of a company.

BREAKING DOWN 'Working Capital Loan'

A working capital loan is not used to buy long term assets or investments. Instead it's used to clear up accounts payable, wages, etc.

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