Category: Business Funding
receivables funding

The Difference Between Receivables Funding And Working Capital Loans

A small business needs constant cash flow to stay healthy and accomplish its business goals. A business needs money to expand, extend credit to its major customers, make payroll, and meet unanticipated demands. Your company’s cash conversion cycle may mean that money is not always readily…

importance of working capital management

Why Is It Important to Manage Working Capital?

Working capital management reflects a company’s financial health. Sales could be up, but how can a small business continue to operate without enough available working capital to purchase more supplies, distribute the goods, or meet payroll? Money tied up in accounts receivable can kill a business…

strategies of working capital

The 3 Types of Working Capital Funding Strategies

When considering a home renovation and shopping for contractors, the age-old advice is to pick two: price, quality, or time. You can finish your back deck quickly and at high quality, but it will cost more. You could also finish your deck inexpensively and quickly, but…

finding money for your business quickly

How to Find Money Quickly For Your Business

A traditional bank loan, a second mortgage, and a Small Business Administration loan are all great financing options for your new or existing business. The catch is the high standards for approval, personal liability, and the time it takes from application to first funding. What can…

change factoring companies

Things to Know When Changing Factoring Companies

If your business needs are unmet, it’s easy to see the grass as greener on the other side. Be sure that the factoring company you switch to can provide the customer service, funding, and support your business needs. Otherwise, you’re wasting the time you can channel…

business invoice factoring

Invoice Factoring: An Effective way to Fund Your New Business

If you are just starting your own business, then you know how hard it can be to get and maintain the funding necessary for bringing in steady profits. In fact, a U.S. Bank study revealed that over 80% of failed businesses lacked the cash flow necessary…

removing a tax lien

Funding Through an IRS Tax Lien Against Your Business

When your business forgets or cannot afford to pay taxes to the IRS, they can file a lien against your company. What is a tax lien? It’s a government claim on your assets over other creditors. Failing to file on time and failure to pay your…

business loans

Invoice Factoring Versus Online Lending: Which is Right for My Business?

What is an Online Business Loan? Online Loans boast high approvals, quick funding, and easy applications. The Great Recession led to banks extending less loans to businesses and an opportunity for online lenders to step in. Thus online and alternative lenders filled the lending space and…