Factoring Broker: Utilize Your Unique Finance Network

Posted by Cameron Hunt on Wed, Nov 27, 2013

Factoring brokers are independent commercial finance consultantsthat are able to offer different accounts receivable financing options to businesses through their unique network of providers. 

A broker will typically work for himself or herself, under an assumed corporate name that separates the brokerage from the providers. His or her clients may or may not range in business size and type, and the broker acts as the conduit between the clients and providers.

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Tags: Accounts Receivables Financing, Factoring Brokers, Small Business

What Is Factoring: A Primer on Factoring

Posted by Jeremy Waller on Wed, May 22, 2013

As a manager or a business owner, do you ever have times where the business’ finances keep you awake at night? Do you ever worry about making payroll on Friday? What are you going to do about that critical vendor that is demanding payment? If you haven’t experienced that at least once, then you’re a rare case in the world of small businesses.

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Tags: Accounts Receivable Factoring, Small Business, Factoring Company

The Business Funding Secret That Starts With Your Receivables

Posted by Jeremy Waller on Thu, Mar 28, 2013


Business Funding

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Tags: Small Business

There Are More Benefits To Fast Business Loans Than Just Speed

Posted by Jeremy Waller on Thu, Mar 07, 2013

Mario Andretti once said, “If everything
seems under control, you're not going fast enough.” Speed may be the primary metric
we use to judge a race car, but you have to look at more than that when evaluating fast business loans. Bob’s Loan Shack on the corner may be able to get cash in your hands quicker than anyone else, but do you really want to trust your company to Bob’s Loan Shack?

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Tags: Business Loans, Small Business

What Banks Don't Want You To Know About Short-Term Business Loans

Posted by Jeremy Waller on Thu, Feb 14, 2013

The first thing that comes to mind for most when considering short-term business loans
is talking to the bank whey they have their operating account. It seems obvious that the first place to look for a business loan is
at your bank.

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Tags: Cash Flow, Small Business

Cash Flow Financing Keeps Your Bottom Line Stable Off-Season

Posted by Jeremy Waller on Mon, Feb 11, 2013

Managing the finances of a seasonal business is challenging. Certain expenses invariably decrease when business slows; however,
fixed expenses such as office space, salaried employees, insurance and others remain the same no matter how slow the off-season
may be.

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Tags: Cash Flow, Small Business

In 2013, Business Funding Must Be Reliable

Posted by Vanessa Johnson on Wed, Feb 06, 2013

The beginning of a new year is typically when most small business owners look back over the past year and start thinking of ways to improve and grow their business. You have fresh ideas, start developing new goals and begin to plan for the upcoming year with a renewed passion and exuberance for your business and the future. 

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Researching Commercial Finance Options? Three Insider Tips

Posted by John Mauldin on Mon, Feb 04, 2013

We have spent many years now in the commercial finance industry, helping countless small businesses achieve cash flow success. During this time we have picked up a few things along the way, which are beneficial to helping small businesses achieve success. 

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Tags: Cash Flow, Small Business

Fast Business Loans And Your Business Growth In 2013

Posted by Jeremy Waller on Thu, Jan 31, 2013

2013 is full of promise and opportunity for
your business. Even though there may be challenges, there is always opportunity. Winston Churchill once said, “A pessimist
sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.”

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Tags: Cash Flow, Business Loans, Small Business

Factoring Companies: The Future Of Small Business Finance

Posted by John Mauldin on Wed, Jan 30, 2013

While it seems that banks may be loosening the purse strings, for small businesses it seems that it may still be difficult to obtain financing. There are always a variety of reasons:

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Tags: Small Business, Factoring Company