Funding Options 2018

Posted by Seth Herman on Wed, Mar 21, 2018 @ 10:38 AM

 


At some point, every business needs extra capital to fund growth. If you’re a mid-sized or large business, the amount you need may be a large number. Learn what your funding choices are and how you might use capital for business growth in 2018.

 

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Topics: commercial funding

The Move Toward Sustainability in Business

Posted by Gil Oliva on Thu, Feb 15, 2018 @ 01:06 PM

The trend toward environmental sustainability grows stronger every year, as more businesses recognize the value of going green. Unfortunately, the upfront costs of retrofits, new builds, and equipment purchases can often prevent businesses from making the switch to sustainability. To bridge the gap between cost and benefit, many companies may turn to invoice factoring. Here are some of the benefits of sustainability investments and the reasons to use invoice factoring to secure capital.

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Topics: Business Financing, Trends

Recourse vs. Non-Recourse Factoring: Which is Right for Your Business?

Posted by Gil Oliva on Thu, Jan 25, 2018 @ 09:27 AM

 

All types of financing involve risk. In the field of invoice factoring, the risk is usually derived from insolvent customers. In invoice factoring contracts, either the factor or the client company assumes the risk of nonpayment. Understanding financial risk can help you choose the right type of factoring arrangement for your company’s needs.

 

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Topics: About Invoice Factoring, recourse and non-recourse factoring

6 Large Volume Industries That Benefit From Invoice Factoring

Posted by Gil Oliva on Tue, Dec 05, 2017 @ 11:51 AM

Many large businesses work with invoice factoring companies because factoring can provide them with funds they need quickly – in as little as 24 hours in some cases. When invoice factoring companies purchase invoices from a company’s accounts receivable, that business can get cash then rather than wait the typical 30-90 days for customers to pay to receive said cash. This constant flow of working capital can allow businesses to do things like hire more staff, expand offices, or purchase necessary equipment. Here are some of the top large volume industries that benefit from invoice factoring:

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Topics: Manufacturing and Distribution Financing, The Benefits of Invoice Factoring, Wholesale financing, Staffing Industry

Why Invoice Factoring Companies Request Tax Documents

Posted by Seth Herman on Sat, Sep 30, 2017 @ 10:00 AM


When a business signs up with a factoring company, the factor may ask the client to sign a Tax Information Authorization or Form 8821, a 
form that gives the factoring company access to tax information for the years listed in the authorization. This surprises many businesses. They sometimes wonder what tax documents have to do with invoice factoring. 

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Topics: Tax lien, Business Financing

Trends Affecting Wholesale Distributors

Posted by Gil Oliva on Fri, Sep 29, 2017 @ 01:16 PM

Fall has arrived. As distributors take a breath and prepare for the holidays, now is a good time to evaluate how this year went and prepare for what is ahead in order to keep your company’s competitive edge. To stay up-to-date, you should stay aware of what is trending in your industry. Here are the trends affecting wholesale distributors:

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Topics: Distribution Financing, Wholesaler distribution, Invoice factoring

How Invoice Factoring Helps Startups

Posted by Seth Herman on Thu, Jun 22, 2017 @ 10:01 AM

Startups can be some of the most innovative business ventures. Being innovative can also involve a lot of risk, and many startups suffer from time constraints, staffing to meet demands, and difficulty obtaining funding. Invoice factoring may be able to help with funding by optimizing cash flow without the long delay that generally follows the invoicing process. Using invoice factoring may help ensure that your startup won’t run out of funds, which could potentially halt operations and slow growth.

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Topics: About Invoice Factoring, Start up funding

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