Author: Jon Kelly
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How to Create Cash Flow to Free Up Your Business for Long Term Growth

When you run a small business, cash flow is crucial — not only to maintaining your day-to-day operations, but also for striving toward a future with a realistic trajectory of growth. Although most business owners understand this fundamental concept, they may lack the information necessary to…

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How Can You Use Invoice Factoring to Grow Your Business?

If you operate a small business of any type, then you have probably at least heard of invoice factoring. While invoice factoring is an incredible way to grow your business, most people are simply not aware of how they might use such a service to the…

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Benefits of Funding Accounts Receivables in Small Businesses

Studies done on small businesses and their financial stability indicate that most of them (82%) fail due to extreme cash flow problems. However, the studies revealed that they have money in account receivables to be paid in 90 days by their customers. Much of the money…

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Benefits of Account Receivable Funding for Small and Medium Businesses

Small and medium businesses are the backbone of the American economy. Statistics put small businesses, businesses with less than 500 employees, at about 99.7% of all businesses in America. With such a huge number, small businesses seem to be thriving all across the country. But this…

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Tips for Growing Your Small Business

Small businesses aren’t always easy to run, but they play a big role in our economy and actually account for over 99% of all businesses throughout the country. Unfortunately, many fail due to problems with cash flow. If you are looking for ways to help your…

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Improving Your Business: How Factoring Services Work

A company utilizes a factoring service for transactions involved selling a company’s services or account receivables to a financial company. The financing company collects payments from the businesses’ customers. This is also commonly known as accounts receivable financing. The reason why companies opt for using these…