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 will rapidly expand. Analysts think the U.S. economy will grow at an annualized 1.5 percent for the remainder of this year.

Alas, waiting on payments from customers is pretty challenging, and if you are like most business owners,you will be delayed in signing on new contracts as a result of insufficient funds and delayed payments. Cash flow is necessary to survive. And payroll for your employees also demands cash flow. If one of your customers happens to be late with payment, you might need another source of income to make payroll. And if there were to be a crisis, such as repairs or a need to hire additional employees, being able to quickly attain working capital is essential.

And banks are no longer lending to most small businesses. Besides, that process can be time-consuming, ad involves paperwork. So, rather than going to traditional banks seeking a loan for financing, get involved with a company that offers invoice factoring. It requires minimal paperwork, and the process fast and efficient. Also known as accounts receivable factoring, it focuses more on the credit worthiness of the customers instead of the business. The Interface Financial Group (IFG) is able to provide working capital within 24 to 48 hours, as soon as the paperwork is completed and customer verification is received. Another benefit of working with

The Interface Financial Group is the absence of start-up fees. Once a business has developed a relationship with a factoring company, additional funds can be available within hours of being requested. Ultimately, the productivity of your business will not be compromised by last-minute changes or an alteration in customer payment performance. Even with the unpredictability of the current economy, businesses can rest assured that accounts receivable factoring will provide financial assistance as soon as it is needed. For more information about how The Interface Financial Group (IFG) can assist you with your business funding, please call 877-210-9748 in the U.S. or 877-598-9851 in Canada. Or go to http://www.ifgnetwork.com

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