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IFG Network: Factor for Small Business

Plus, there comes a time in every small to medium-sized business where something breaks, and it usually happens during your biggest job and under a very tight deadline. So where will you turn when you need $10 thousand dollars to buy a new piece of equipment. You know you need it or you could risk losing a job that is worth thousands more? You turn to your accountant and ask: “Do we have money coming in? When is it due? How long can we wait?” The answer is always the same – you can’t wait. Some of those invoices may not be paid for 60 to 90 days, but if you don’t finish the job on time, you might lose your biggest job and also ruin your reputation. The good news is that this is a challenge that can be solved by factoring.
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NFIB Optimism Index at Highest Reading since February 2011

BETHESDA, MD–(Marketwire–March 13, 2011)–According to The Interface Financial Group (IFG), the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) reported today that United States small business confidence rose to a one year high in February. The latest optimism index increased to 94.3, from 93.9 in January. Continue reading

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Search for Financing via Invoice Factoring Services

Challenging times call for cash – and we have all heard that “cash is king” so the key to a successful business might just mean survival during the early stages of a small business. When a small business owner gos to the Small Business Association (SBA) there is so much information on how you can get funding by way of loans. However, what you will not find is how to use factoring companies for getting much needed cash. The SBA asks you many questions in … Continue reading

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U.S. Commerce Department Says Housing Starts are Up 1.5 Percent

“Housing production is still far from normal, based on a healthy market,” said George Shapiro, IFG’s chairman and chief executive officer. “Alternative funding strategies like invoice factoring could help SMEs finance their continued business and grow as the economy continues to improve during 2012. IFG’s spot factoring solution enables an SME to sell their accounts receivable invoices to a third party at a discount in exchange for immediate cash within less than 24 hours.” Continue reading

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Factoring Receivables Comes to the Rescue

There was a recent study by the Pepperdine University Private Markets Capital Projects which surveyed hundreds of privately held businesses as well as thousands of lenders and investors nationwide. This survey found that only 40 percent of businesses had access to the funds they needed to grow their business. Even though these businesses had solid growth plans, they were denied funding from traditional banks and lenders. Author John Paglia found that instead of the projected 10 percent revenue growth most of these businesses could expect, … Continue reading

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Construction Factoring Supports Recovery as Private Construction Accelerates

When factoring, a sub-contractor or construction firm can realize a very fast turnaround on accounts receivable due for completed stages of a construction project – even 24 hours. Unlike a loan factoring is the purchase of financial assets, or accounts receivables. There are no co-signers required or upfront fees. IFG has no minimum sales volume requirements, and professional fees are competitive.
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The Interface Financial Group Offers Solution to Small Businesses Experiencing 80% Late Payment Challenge

BETHESDA, MD–(Marketwire – Dec 15, 2011)–According to the Interface Financial Group (IFG), a new survey says the majority of small business owners have a positive outlook about their cash flow in 2012, but despite their optimism, 80 percent of small businesses are still plagued by late payments. (Source: The PaySimple Small Business Pulse Survey took place in October 2011 surveying small business owners and employees, with responses from 223 respondents.) Unlike a loan, factoring services is the purchase of financial assets, or receivables accounts by a factoring company.

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Factoring Aids Stagnant Economic Recovery

It is all about cash flow, and factoring is the one thing that can help SMEs with their cash flow today. What this means is that if you own a small business, you should forget about the recession, or the negative predictions or the bad unemployment numbers. Simply instead, take a long hard look at your outstanding invoices. This could very well be a treasure chest of potential. And this is one way to survive gracefully. Continue reading

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Interface Financial Group Offers Invoice Factoring for SMEs Reluctant to Hire Staff

BETHESDA, MD–(Marketwire – Nov 9, 2011) – According to The Interface Financial Group (IFG), invoice factoring is ideal for SMEs who need to hire employees — whether for seasonal rushes, new clients, or staff that is out on sick or maternity leave. This is why some business owners are turning to factoring as a means of creating immediate cash flow. The latest small business optimism index shows that many U.S. small business owners are reluctant to hire more employees in the near future because of the last quarter’s slow sales as well as uncertainty about the economy. Twenty-six percent of SMEs surveyed said poor sales is their main concern. (Source: National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) membership of 2,077 small businesses surveyed.)
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Earnings Season: Banks Brace for Declining Growth

Banks are just about ready to start reporting their earnings this week, and with revenue expected to fall 4 percent in the third quarter. According to data from experts, Trepp, the industry’s earnings are expected to be at the place they were at in 2002. Small businesses have not been happy with traditional banks over the last few years, due to lack of support and few loans. In fact, this alone has helped drive businesses to alternative financial solutions such as invoice factoring. Continue reading

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