Can My Business Receive Government Contract Financing?

Posted by Gil Oliva on Mon, Sep 16, 2019 @ 09:20 AM

Large government contracts can be a boon for your company, as they provide generous amounts of revenue. Unfortunately, government contract payments can be far from reliable. Since government contracts depend on collaboration between multiple governmental agencies, payment can take longer than with other kinds of businesses. Sluggish payment processes can disrupt cash flow and even jeopardize your own timely payments to employees, suppliers, vendors, or subcontractors. This is where the process of invoice factoring comes in. Learn if you can apply it to your government contract and how to use invoice factoring for your municipal clients.

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Topics: Factoring Accounts Receivable, Government Contract Financing, Business Financing, Invoice factoring

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

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

Invoice Factoring: Dependable Financing in Unpredictable Circumstances

Posted by Gil Oliva on Thu, Dec 29, 2016 @ 08:43 AM


Imagine you notice the ocean swell with faster wave frequency, increased wind speeds, and the gradual increase of rainfall. Over the next couple of days, you prepare for the worst by boarding up windows, stocking up on food, and finalizing a potential evacuation plan. There might be a terrible storm, but it could just as easily blow over. What matters is whether you are prepared.

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Topics: Alternative Financing, Working Capital, Business Financing

Invoice Factoring and Invoice Discounting: Which Solution Works?

Posted by Gil Oliva on Tue, Jul 12, 2016 @ 09:00 AM

Like many businesses juggling multiple 30 or 60 day outstanding invoices, you may find your business financially strained, especially when some customers wait up to 90 days to reconcile their bills. This may leave your business with limited working capital to cover administrative overhead, reduce existing debt, or even cover normal payroll costs. This is a situation that may be helped through invoice factoring or invoice discounting.

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Topics: Working Capital, Cash Advance, Business Financing, Invoice factoring

Taking the Next Step: Bidding for Government Contracts

Posted by Gil Oliva on Fri, Jun 24, 2016 @ 08:00 AM

As a business owner, you want to take the next step and grow your company. For many small and mid-sized businesses, that means working on getting lucrative government contracts. Even if you’re lucky enough to get the work, actually doing it can be a real challenge, especially when it comes to things like invoicing and billing.

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Topics: Government Contract Financing, Cash Advance, Financial goals, Business Financing

Why More Businesses Choose Invoice Factoring Over other Cash Advance Options

Posted by Gil Oliva on Mon, Jun 13, 2016 @ 08:00 AM

Cash flow is a perennial problem for many business owners especially those who provide services over products. The reason is simple: payment for services is usually made towards the end of the contract term and rarely up-front. Even payment for physical products is rarely done at the time of sale these days.

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Topics: Cash Flow, Business Growth, Working Capital, Cash Advance, Business Loan, Business Financing, Invoice factoring

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