Monthly Archives: March 2011

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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Grow Your Factoring Business with Participation

Factoring Investor February 21, 2011 by Don D’Ambrosio So you have this great factoring business and all of your efforts are starting to pay off. Your marketing campaign is generating new leads and your existing clients are growing. For most … Continue reading

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Cash Flow support for Temporary Staffing Agencies

Strong business growth can be a strain on the cash flow of any business but few are as impacted as temporary staffing agencies. This is because staffing agencies often pay payroll expenses before receiving payment from their customers. This business … Continue reading

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Unusual economic indicators turn positive

10 Signs the Economy Is on the Upswing Sales of Boxers, Briefs Leveling Off When it’s tougher to find jobs, men wait longer to replace their underwear, and sales — usually very stable — fell nearly 2.5% in 2009. Now … Continue reading

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