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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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Small Businesses Look to The Interface Financial Group for Spot Factoring

–NSBA’s 2012 Economic Report indicates one in four small businesses lack necessary capital– BETHESDA, MD–(Marketwire–February 8, 2013)–According to The Interface Financial Group (IFG), North America’s largest alternative funding source for small to medium-sized enterprises, U.S. small businesses are less optimistic than last year about the overall economy. The news is a result of the February 6 release of the 2012 Year-End Economic Report from the National Small Business Association (NSBA). The report shows that there were modest gains in those small businesses that foresaw U.S. … Continue reading

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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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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 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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Invoice Factoring is for Flexible Small Business Strategies

Today’s small businesses must maintain the ability to change rapidly according to market needs. Sometimes, dynamic changes must be made without any hesitation. Basically, the business that can change the most quickly is the one that has the best chance of survival. 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 – 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 Helps SMEs Pay Taxes

Cash flow issues are causing many companies to look for a flexible and tailored solution that will enable their business will grow.
No matter what situation you’re in, whether you’re new to invoice actoring or not, factoring is more than likely your best suited option. Continue reading

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Reports Indicate Independent Businesses Could Profit From Factoring

A recent survey from NFIB’s research division said the demand for small-business credit in 2010 continued to remain weak. Factoring enables a company to receive cash in as little as 24 hours for outstanding invoices that otherwise may not be paid for 30/60 or 90 days.
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