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Factoring News – August 2012

Invoice Factoring Can Rescue U.S. Macroeconomic Conditions More than halfway through the year 2012 it is no secret that the U.S. economy slowed down drastically during the first half of 2012. The annual growth rate being at just 1.75 percent. What is sad for small to medium-sized businesses (SMEs) is that the economy is expected to continue to be weak during the last two quarters of 2012. Many of these SMEs have opted to survice via an age old strategy known as invoice factoring. –more– … Continue reading

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Factoring News – July 2012

Small Business Financing Solutions The success of a small business does not come easy. One of the biggest mistakes you can make is not being flexible. It is important to always look for advice, listen, and be open to adjusting your plan and product to better address your customers. The same thing applies when seeking small business financing solutions. In startups, one of the most common problems is that a business owner finds they do not have enough cash on hand to address exciting new … Continue reading

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Factoring News – June 2012

What You Need to Know about Factoring   It is possible to finance small business growth without a loan through factoring. While securing factoring companies that would process your accounts receivable invoices, just know that it is a relatively simple process. A factoring services company, like IFG Network, will have a due diligence process that it needs to complete before funds can be transferred to you. They will look at a couple of things: mainly your customers and their credit. –more–     Spot Factoring … Continue reading

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Factoring News – May

Tips for Working with IFG to Get Cash Fast If you want to raise working capital from invoice factoring services, the following tips which could help your chances of getting approved for services. 1) IFG factoring services are for companies want to make the underlying debts against which they are providing funds are recoverable, so that it is easy to collect or recover the finances that they have provided. The factor will want to know the average size of invoices, the number of debtors that … Continue reading

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Factoring Newsletter – April 2012

           Factoring News – April Small Business Lending Is Up    The Federal government reports that small business lending is up as a result of the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010. This government program encouraged smaller community banks to begin lending to small businesses to help in the economic recovery. -The report indicates that California banks have increased lending by $295 million dollars. If this amount is divided by the 1.2 million small businesses with annual revenues of less than … Continue reading

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Factoring News – February 2012

Good News for the Construction Industry Construction spending jumped 1.5 percent in December, over triple the consensus estimate. This is an indicator that a recovery may have started in the hard hit construction industry. This is good news for the economy as improved construction activity will lead to higher employment and increased supplier activity. Many sub-contractors will need access to funds to help pay for labor and materials but there continues to be reluctance in the financial industry to lend for construction. Invoice factoring can … Continue reading

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Factoring News – January 2012

TAXES 2012: Things all SMEs Need to Know To make eligible contributions to an individual retirement account, or an employer-sponsored retirement plan, you may be eligible for a tax credit — but this will all depend on your income and age. There are basically six things the IRS wants you to know as follows: Limits to income – The Savers Credit, formally known as the Retirement Savings Contributions Credit, applies to individuals with a filing status and 2011 income of: Single, married filing separately, or … Continue reading

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Factoring News – December 2011

Bookeeping 2012: Things all SMEs Need to Know Bookkeeping systems are the backbone of any small business, so it is important to set the groundwork by having a solid accounting system in place in 2012. If you are a small to medium-sized business (SME) entrepreneur, then bookkeeping probably isn’t your strength. However it is a necessary component of running a successful business. This means you will need to learn some basic tips for the financial aspects of running your business – from accounting software to … Continue reading

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Factoring News – November

Factoring News – November Canadians on How to Avoid Small Business Debt It is a hot topic these days, with a slow to recover economy … avoiding small business debt. The days of borrowing from banks and/or private lenders appear to be numbered. Why? In part because these arrangements come with interests rates and predetermined periods of time within which the borrower must repay their creditor. If the borrower is later unable to repay the lender, credit scores suffer, access to future loans diminish and … Continue reading

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Factoring News – October

Factoring News – October How Factoring Enables a Growing Global Economy Thanks to the Internet we now have a more robust global economy, and there are many businesses now seeking global opportunities. Global Internet business trends in technology indicate that many businesses are now looking into how they can expand globally. The United States ranks third overall in entrepreneurship compared to other countries, according to the Office of Advocacy in a report entitled Global Entrepreneurship and the United States by Zoltan J. Acs and Laszlo Szerb. –more- … Continue reading

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