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Small Business Lending

Q and A on Factoring for CEOs of Small Businesses

September 7, 2016

CEOs of small but growing businesses can often solve their working capital challenges by entering into a factoring relationship, where they sell their accounts receivables to a factor.  Factoring is usually quicker and more readily available and flexible than small business lending. However, there are a lot of misconceptions and myths about factoring in the …

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Case Study: Signage Designer and Manufacturer for Major Construction Projects

January 14, 2015

Our purpose and challenge is to help smaller businesses responsibly grow by helping them manage their working capital needs and providing accounting and general business advice. Every company and industry is different, but one of our clients, a signage designer and manufacturer for major construction projects (“Signage Company”), encompasses a number of the qualities and …

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Your Growth Should Not be Constrained by Lack of Funding

November 4, 2013

A customer approaches you about placing a big purchase order. It’s the break you’ve been waiting for; but, it creates a major dilemma because the customer pays 30 days after the delivery of the product. It will be a while before you actually receive payment, yet you need the money now to pay for supplies, …

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Purchase Order Financing Helps Firms Gain Essential Funding Earlier In The Manufacturing Process

April 9, 2013

Middle market companies that access traditional bank financing often must give up equity in order to gain working capital. As this is not very palatable, there are a few options beyond plain vanilla. In earlier posts we have explored Accounts Receivables financing, but keep in mind there is a second option, namely Purchase Order financing, …

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Get Cracking on 2013: Factoring Possibilities with an Existing Lien Holder in Place

January 2, 2013

As the New Year kicks off, small business owners that are pulling out of a tough 2012 become re-energized to make 2013 their best year ever. Is this you? Are you planning for growth and starting with optimism? Among your alternative scenarios for 2013 — staying steady, growing moderately, or aggressively building out the business …

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How To Get The Best Credit Score For Your Small Business

August 29, 2012

If you were kayaking when the skies started to darken and the water began to get choppy, you would head for safer shores. That is how quickly you need to act when I tell you that juggling your firm’s bill payment is creating a circus instead of the best credit score for your small business. …

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How Factoring Your Accounts Receivable Can Lead To Faster Growth

July 18, 2012

Your sales team is pushing like SalesZillas for 4 days out of 5, ready to spring at the chance to open new key accounts. But when they do, and the pipeline grows, you are stuck waiting 30, 45 or 60 days to get paid. It’s a major drag on your plans to grow your business. …

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