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Finding The Perfect Factoring Deal

By reading the title of this article I bet many of you would think I am about to unleash some wonderful pearls of wisdom about how to find the perfect factoring deal and what is the best industry in which … Continue reading

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Fighting An Uphill Battle

Have you ever heard the saying that perception is reality? Although I’ve written tons of articles, spoken at numerous SBA and financing workshops while preaching the benefits of invoice factoring, I’m still amazed about how our industry is perceived in … Continue reading

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Credit Trends From Both Sides of the Deal

One the most important aspects in closing any new factoring deal is approving the credit quality of the account debtors. At the end of the day, these are the folks that will be paying you for the invoices your client … Continue reading

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Audio: Funding options that are working today.

Adam Lomax, our Executive Vice-President and COO, recently discussed funding options for growing businesses (both startup and established businesses). The link below is that conversation which provides a helpful overview of what is working today to fuel business growth. A … Continue reading

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Is Invoice Factoring Right for All Businesses?

So many authors, including myself, have written about the benefits of invoice factoring explaining how we help businesses in need of working capital. Just type something like, “benefits of invoice factoring” into your favorite search engine and you will find … Continue reading

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Audio: Funding options that are working today.

Adam Lomax, our Executive Vice-President and COO, recently discussed funding options for growing businesses (both startup and established businesses). The link below is that conversation which provides a helpful overview of what is working today to fuel business growth. A … Continue reading

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White House Says Small Biz Recovery a Work in Progress

Small businesses have begun to create jobs, White House officials said today, though the recovery is not as robust as they would like. The White House released a report today detailing its attempts to aid small business owners, part of … Continue reading

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Todays’ Small Businesses are in Cash-Flow Crisis + solutions

Businessweek.com March 24, 2011 More companies are getting squeezed between late payers and tighter credit terms By John Tozzi Custom cabinet seller M&J Kitchens survived the recession even though its revenue from homeowners and builders fell by more than half … Continue reading

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Your Profit Margin and Factoring

All business financing comes at a cost which must be absorbed by the profit resulting from your future business. This makes it important for you to have a good estimate of your net profit margin before you accept any business … Continue reading

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What are banks looking for?

Bankers’ logic may sometimes appear inconsistent and unfair but in reality it is based on rather basic concepts. These concepts are fortunately straightforward and understanding them can help you prepare for successfully working with a banker. Understanding these concepts can … Continue reading

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