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Benetrends Financial

As the authority in franchise funding and a preferred partner of the IFA, Benetrends has been funding America’s most popular brands for over 30 years. Our innovative, fast and economical suite of funding solutions is designed to help franchisees secure the capital need to successfully launch their dreams, as well as continue to grow and build wealth for the life of their businesses. 

A true pioneer in the lending industry, Benetrends blazed a trail for 401(k)/IRA retirement funding (also called ROBS or Rollovers as Business Startups) with our innovative Rainmaker Plan® - which allows people to use their retirement savings to fund a business, tax-deferred and penalty-free. The plan has helped over 12,000 entrepreneurs maximize the benefits of their retirement plans with the most compliant and efficient setup for creating maximum wealth as a business owner. 

Additionally, Benetrends features a wide range of lending options covering every type of business need, including SBA loans, equipment leasing, securities-backed lines of credit, and more. In fact, Benetrends’ SBA Loan Department has one of the highest loan approval success ratings in the industry. In addition to funding, we also offer other business boosting solutions including commercial and health insurance, payroll and more. 

At Benetrends, helping individuals start businesses, create jobs and save for the future is more than what we do – it’s who we are. To learn more about Benetrends, please visit

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