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Best Business Debt Management

Is your business swimming in debt? You're not alone. Business debt balances are at an all time high. A slowing economy and the jobless rate have severely impacted sales - but not necessarily reduced business expenses.

Many businesses are struggling to get by and continue business efforts while managing significant debt. Staying in business means you have access to a credit line and have cash flow sufficient enough to continue to operate. With receivables due 30 to 60 days it can be a challenge to juggle the financial aspect of any business right now.

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Business Debt Managmenet Reviews

5 stars
Commercial Debt Counseling

COMMERCIAL DEBT Best-In-Class Blue Ribbon Award

Commercial Debt Counseling, a division of CuraDebt, has been providing quality debt restructuring since 1996, and have thousands of positive success stories. Commercial Debt Counseling keeps your budget, goals and vendors in mind before taking over the effort to reduce debt and increase cash flow. Fees are based on results and come with a satisfaction guarantee. Read More... Visit

3.5 stars
Performance Source


Performance Source is a business debt settlement company with over 40 years experience. Performance Source works to reduce outstanding business debt and charges a clearly stated 30% fee on the portion that they save you. Performance Source does ask for 20% of the amount you'd like negotiated upfront to cover any potential fees.
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3 stars
American Finasco


American Finasco works with business owners with gross revenues between $500,000 to $100,000,000 to reduce business debt through creditor negotiations. American Finasco charges an upfront fee, retainer and a portion of the savings they negotiate for you. This company is less customer focused than our higher ranked providers.
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2 stars
Wininger, Douglas & Green


Wininger, Douglas and Green is a business debt management company that provides limited tactics to reducing your debt. While the process of working with creditors is spelled out, we had concerns with ultimately losing the suppliers and vendors you'd need to continue business.
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1.5 stars
Goldman & Wise


This company tries to grab your attention by offering a free e-book to improve your finances. Once you get around the sales pitch and gimmicky language, an actual, poorly organized website exists for Goldman and Wise. We believe most customers will be frustrated with the layout and work required to get to the details. Read More... Visit

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While bankruptcy seems like an easy solution, don't be fooled. Filing bankruptcy may mean the judge could liquidate your business assets - and your creditors may never be willing to lend to you again. Instead, many businesses today are getting help with their business debt in order to turn around their financial picture.

The companies they turn to can provide assistance negotiating with creditors, businesses, and suppliers in order to get your company back on the right track. The best providers are sensitive to maintaining positive business relationships with those important vendors that can make or break your inventory.

When looking for a company to help your business come out of debt, it's important that you select a company that is going to do a good job of reducing your business debt and not leave you worse off. You'll want a company that helps you obtain an effective solution to your delinquent business debt, help return your bottom line to a profitable financial status, and avoid business bankruptcy.

When looking for business debt management there are certain factors to consider in order to have a positive result. Some of these include:

  • Cost. Does the company charge set fees? Or do they base their commission on how much they save you?
  • Requirements. Does the company require a certain level of annual sales as well as a specific size of debt to work with your business?
  • Guarantee of Services. If you aren't satisfied with the service received, can you exit the program quickly and easily? has reviewed and ranked the best business debt management services available today. We hope these reviews help you find the right solution to make your business strong and viable again!

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