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, Cash Advance, Business Loan, Business Financing, Business Growth, Invoice factoring, Working Capital

How Do Clients View Companies that Use Factors?

Posted by Gil Oliva on Tue, May 24, 2016 @ 08:30 AM


Cash flow problems plague even the most successful businesses. The lag time between the completion of a project and the point of payment can create cash shortages that hamper your ability to grow your company or capitalize on new opportunities. That’s where invoice factoring comes in.

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Topics: Client Relationships, Cash Advance, Accounts Receivable Management, Business Growth, Cash Flow Solution, Cash Crunch

Invoice Factoring: Cash Flow Solutions for Bad Credit

Posted by Gil Oliva on Mon, May 09, 2016 @ 08:30 AM

Building business credit is tough. You have bills to pay and your suppliers, laborers, employees, or creditors don't care about the mountains you have to move in order to keep everyone paid. Traditional banks want you to have a longer track record of success, your D-U-N-S number gets you small revolving credit accounts, but no cash flow capability, and investors want a voting share in your company if they're going to inject cash. Fortunately, invoice factoring companies understand the predicament and they have a solution.

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Topics: Cash Flow, Cash Advance, Credit History, Business Growth, Invoice factoring

Five FAQs about Invoice Factoring

Posted by Gil Oliva on Tue, Jan 05, 2016 @ 08:48 AM

Companies of all sizes struggle with cash flow issues.

These challenges usually arise between the time your product or service is delivered to your customer…and when that customer eventually pays you. That can take up to 30-, 60-, or 90 days.

Without enough cash on hand, you may lose opportunities to respond to changes in the marketplace. Or grow your business. If the money comes in “waves,” you might even find it difficult to make payroll from time-to-time.

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Topics: Cash Flow, Business Growth, Cash Advance, Invoice factoring, FAQ

Get a Boost for your Business in 2016

Posted by Jesus McDonald on Tue, Dec 22, 2015 @ 08:20 AM

As the year draws to a close and plans for the upcoming year begin, many business owners and managers examine their finances and look for opportunities to improve their processes.  Having adequate cash flow is arguably the most important component of business management.  There are some techniques to help your business cash management that will not involve getting a loan.

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Topics: Factoring Companies, Business Growth, Cash Advance, Invoice factoring

Freight Factoring 101

Posted by Gil Oliva on Mon, Oct 26, 2015 @ 12:34 PM

If you are a fleet trucking company or owner/operator, you may be very familiar with having to find creative ways to manage your cashflow while waiting for your customers to pay their invoices. You could be waiting for 30, 60…even 90 days for your customers to pay. Meanwhile, you have bills and/or employees to pay. Because of this float time, you may find yourself overextended and having to rely on credit cards or facilities from the bank to keep your operation afloat. However, there is another option to consider.

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Topics: Cash Flow, Cash Advance, factoring freight, Freight Factoring for Trucking, Trucking Industry

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