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Factoring News – August

Small businesses requires the ability to change rapidly according to market needs, but often, dynamic changes must be made without any hesitation. Basically, the business that can change the most quickly is the funds that the company may not have. A small business must be able to quickly fund these types of sudden expenses. Continue reading

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Factoring News – July

Surviving Small Businesses Move Forward We are all aware that a significant number of both large and small businesses have struggled to survive during the economic downturn. Small businesses do not have the resources that larger companies have and have been particularly hard hit. Many have closed and the owners have walked away, others have either changed their model, changed the product/services mix or have added products that others would purchase in order to survive. -more- Factoring Creates Cash Flow to Help Offset Increases in … Continue reading

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Factoring News – June

Factoring Companies Aids an Online Small Business’ Growth Any online business is inexpensive to start, but it is still important to husband your cash, or start-up funds, as the business may take time before it is a profitable business. Factoring services can come in handy when starting any new business, whether in a big city or online. You want to save enough cash to survive for about 120 days. -more-     Integrating Factoring Services Into Your Small Business Today’s economic business landscape today is … Continue reading

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Factoring News – May

Create an Investment Profile with Factoring If you are in the process of seeking investors for your small business, just remember that investors look for stable and tangible indicators of success when they are evaluating a company, and those indicators are almost always found on the balance sheet. If you are a start-up business accounts receivable factoring can be one way to insure that your balance sheets or quarterly profiles reflect the healthiest a healthy company. -more- Accounts receivable factoring is a practice wherein a … Continue reading

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Factoring News – March

 Factoring News Financial Trends for Business Accounts Receivable Factoring to Assist Business with Cash Flow in 2011 As 2010 ends, one study finds that many small businesses don’t have enough cash to survive another economic downturn, a study by While this study did not include the US, other surveys of US small businesses have indicated similar results. More than 1,750 small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) were surveyed in Canada, China, Italy, Singapore, South Africa, and the United Kingdom. About 30 percent of the … Continue reading

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Factoring News – April

The Trickle Down Effect Economic circumstances continue to improve in the United States based on the earnings reports from large businesses for Q1 of 2011. But what about small businesses? Many small businesses are continuing to struggle, mainly due to little cash flow. It seems as if business has stabilized but not many small businesses are showing real signs of growth. Assuming that the economy will continue to improve, growth should begin to appear through this year, however there may be some setbacks. -more-   … Continue reading

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Factoring News – February

iContact MessageBuilder Template    Factoring News  Financial Trends for Business Factoring: Keeping Small Businesses Competitive    Economists say the year 2011 will be one of the most competitive years in a long time for businesses. Many companies, large and small, are still struggling. But, the year 2010 gave business owners a taste of what lies ahead in the new ways people are doing business online, using Web 2.0 tools like social media, Facebook and Twitter, and with technology — cell phones and mobile marketing.   … Continue reading

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IFG Factoring News – January 2011

The Future Surrounding Invoice Factoring It seems as if small businesses might finally be on an upward trend. The Small Business Employment Index tells us about the indicators of business employmentso that so we can predict the future. The latest report shows that small business employment continued to show growth in December 2010. And there was an increase of hours worked; the hourly employees in the U.S. at small businesses worked an average of 107.5 hours in December, or around 24.8-hours per week. This is … Continue reading

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IFG Factoring News – December

Controlling Debt via Invoice Factoring in 2011 In December, the International Monetary Fund’s chief economist said there will be a two-speed global 2011 recovery in 2011, with most developed countries growing slowly while emerging market economies will grow faster. Most of the analysts believe that in order for a health global economic recovery there is a need for countries to rebalance their economies via letting exchange rates adjust freely and at the same time controlling debt. The issue of controlling debt is a key challenge … Continue reading

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IFG Factoring News – November

Accounts Receivable Factoring to Assist Business with Cash Flow in 2010 As 2010 ends, one study finds that many small businesses don’t have enough cash to survive another economic downturn, a study by While this study did not include the US, other surveys of US small businesses have indicated similar results. More than 1,750 small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) were surveyed in Canada, China, Italy, Singapore, South Africa, and the United Kingdom. About 30 percent of the sample micro businesses employing fewer than 10 … Continue reading

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