Financing can be classified into two major categories according to its type.
Debt financing is the most common type of financing. In debt financing, the business gets funding in the shape of a repayable amount. In this type of financing, no portion of the equity or ownership is transferred to the lender. Debt financing is usually obtained against some collateral in the shape of a tangible asset.
The main purpose behind financing is to get funds for business activities. These activities can range from the day-to-day operations of a business to investment in the growth and expansion of the business.
Business Financing can be categorized into two major types according to spending.
In this type of financing, funds are used to cover day-to-day operational expenses, like rent, payroll, and utility bills.
In this type of financing, funds are utilized for the expansion of a business, expansion of a product line, upgrading infrastructure, and entering into new markets.