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Factoring is New Business Strategy for Funding in 2013

Factoring is an alternative to traditional bank lending for cash strapped small businesses looking to grow in 2013. The United States is finally gaining some power in the labor market, which is helping to fuel small businesses and innovation. But there are still many risks from economic uncertaintiesand and why small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) companies think small business factoring should be a consideration. Continue reading

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U.S. Small Businesses Get Cash Infusions from Factoring Companies in 2013

Today’s factoring industry is going through resurgence. In the old days people thought that using a factor was a last ditch effort to find funds. But today there is an entirely new discipline of factoring companies serving SMEs on a regular business to keep their cash flow moving. This can be the bridge financing tool for companies who cannot get a traditional bank loan.
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News About Invoice Discounting for Small Businesses in 2013

Invoice discounting for small businesses has existed for many years. Only a small fraction of small businesses understand and use this valuable tool to help during periods of growth or when cash flow is constrained due to late payment by customers. Continue reading

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U.S. Construction Spend at $837.1 Billion Rate (Annual)

According to a report for August from The U.S. Census Bureau of the Department of Commerce construction spending during August 2012 was estimated at $837.1 billion, seasonally adjusted annual rate. This figure is 6.5 percent above the August 2011 estimate of $786.3 billion.

These numbers are somewhat relevant to The Interface Financial Group because of limits on construction factoring services. Continue reading

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Poll for Small Business Finance Strategies

The Interface Financial Group’s factoring services enable the many businesses do not get paid right away for delivered products/services, this negatively impacts cash flow, making it challenging for the business to produce new orders in a timely fashion. Accounts receivable factoring benefits businesses that do not get paid for 30, 60 or 90 days by advancing up to 90 percent of the invoice total. IFG looks at the creditworthiness of the client’s customers and can provide funding within as little as 24 hours. Continue reading

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Construction Spending for July is at 842.2 – 9.3 % Above Last Year

The Interface Financial Group (http://www.ifgnetwork.com) will post the August 2012 data expected to be released by October 1, 2012. Continue reading

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Does Your Business Need Cash Fast?

Small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the United States are having a really hard time making ends meet because the U.S. economy slowed down drastically during Q1 and Q2 of 2012. The annual growth rate remained at 1.75 percent. What’s worse, the economy is supposed to continue to be weak during Q3 and Q4, 2012. The economy in this election year has just not recovered as fast as we would all like. So it appears as if now it is unlikely that the U.S. economy … Continue reading

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Get the Cash Your Business Needs Fast

So get the cash you need fast with the Interface Financial Group — because factoring is just one more other financial tool that helps small to medium-sized businesses every day. Continue reading

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Entrepreneurial States and Construction Factoring

A new report just came out on the most entrepreneurial states in the US, noting that people were more likely to launch businesses in the state of Arizona than in any other state in the country in 2011,  according to the Kauffman Index of Entrepreneurial Activity. Why?  Arizona has benefited from a  number of entrepreneurs – some of whom are retired – migrating from places like California because business and property taxes are lower, as is workers’ compensation,  said Arizona Commerce Authority. This state’s  labor … Continue reading

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