Attention Entrepreneurs: Have You Considered Invoice Factoring?

Posted by Gil Oliva on Fri, Feb 24, 2017 @ 08:02 AM

One of the most common reasons for stifled growth or even business failure is limited cash flow. A study by U.S. Bank showed that as many as 82 percent of startup and small business failures can be attributed to poor cash flow management.

As an entrepreneur, you may find yourself eventually looking for funding solutions.

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Topics: Invoice factoring, entrepreneurs, Small Business, Small business financing

Can my Small Business Qualify for a Government Grant?

Posted by Gil Oliva on Fri, Aug 21, 2015 @ 08:00 AM

How easy is it to qualify for small business government grants? Since government grants are funded by tax dollars, they require very stringent compliance and reporting measures. This means qualifying is not a simple undertaking. 

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Topics: Small Business, Government grants, About Invoice Factoring

Do you Consider Time to be a Valuable Resource for your Business?

Posted by Seth Herman on Wed, May 27, 2015 @ 07:56 AM

Business owners frequently stress about not having enough time in the day to complete key operational tasks, or start new projects. Time is often a resource that is dismissed or seen in a negative light. We have all frequently heard the comment; “there are not enough hours in the day.” So how can time be utilized more effectively when it comes to running your business? 

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Topics: Business Growth, Small Business

Is a 30-Hour Work Week Right for your Business?

Posted by Gil Oliva on Fri, May 15, 2015 @ 08:00 AM

Should the traditional 40-hour workweek be reduced? If the required number of working hours were to be reduced to 30 hours how would it impact your business? This subject has been up for debate over the last few years. How would your business run if your employees worked 10 hours less per week? 

One of the arguments in favor of a shorter workweek is that employees working fewer hours tend to be more productive. Germany already has one of the world’s shortest workweeks. There appears to be no detriment to the German economy when fewer hours are worked. If it is true that workers tend to be more productive due to less stress, it may follow that your workforce could achieve just as much in a shorter time period. 

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Topics: Small Business

Small Business and Invoice Factoring: Keys to Success

Posted by Gil Oliva on Thu, Apr 11, 2013 @ 02:03 PM

Small Business Success 

Maintaining a consistent cash flow can be a challenge for any small business trying to stay afloat in an ever-changing economy. When customers aren't paying on time, your bills can start to pile up as well. One of the ways that many businesses are overcoming this challenge is with invoice factoring — the sale of approved invoices to a third party in exchange for immediate cash to meet operating expenses. Invoice factoring are an effective way for businesses to maintain a consistent cash flow.

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Topics: Small Business, About Invoice Factoring

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