I'm wondering how many businesses have good access to working capital for their inventory and supplies (for 30-day or 60-day terms). And better question: would you have done anything differently if you knew then what you know now? If you've got working capital, did you get a good deal on your credit (interest-rate wise)? Just really bothered by the stories I hear about sneaky lenders so I'm wondering what your experience has been.
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