The Blog: About Business Cash Flow [Plus]

How to Improve Your Factoring Application

If you’re applying for factoring, you’ve done your research and concluded that factoring is the best option for your business. Factoring had helped thousands of the world’s most successful companies...

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What Is Included on an Invoice?

When you launch your own company, you’ll find yourself in a maze of paperwork. The amount of red tape you have to navigate as a business owner is astounding and can throw you for a loop if you don’t...

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How to Get Prepared for Invoice Factoring

If you’ve chosen invoice-factoring services, you probably want to receive your money as soon as possible and move forward with what needs funding. You likely need the money right away and are eager...

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Does Invoice Factoring Work for Construction Subcontractors?

Subcontractors in the construction industry face a frequent problem: being paid 30 to 60 days after buying materials and starting work. This creates a liquid cash flow issue for the subcontractors....

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Questions to Ask Before You Start Invoice Factoring

 

Invoice factoring can optimize a business’ cash flow management, providing no-strings-attached money in return for accounts receivables. Invoice factoring saves many businesses from going under,...

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Janitorial Factoring: What You Need to Know

Janitorial services are a labor-intensive, competitive industry in which keeping the company alive requires money for weekly payroll and operating expenses. Small- and medium-sized janitorial...

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5 Tips for Managing Payroll Successfully

Labor can often be the costliest expenditure for most businesses. Keeping payroll expenditures between 15 and 30 percent of your gross income is a suggested way to stay in financial good standing....

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Lowering Warehouse Costs with Accounts Receivable Funding

When an entrepreneur first has an idea sketched out in a notebook, they dream about results more than costs. Even when considering costs, it is often too easy to just see incoming and outgoing...

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Navigating a Slow Trucking Market

Businesses are often forced to exhibit a sort of superhuman flexibility in order to effectively navigate through the fluctuations of a market that often has its own ebbs and flows. The trucking...

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Can Factoring Replace a Line of Credit?

As a new or growing business owner, you may run into immediate and dire situations where you either need a line of credit or cannot get one due to lender preferences, qualifications, or regulations....

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