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The Interface Financial Group Notes Invoice Factoring Will Benefit From Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21)

According to The Interface Financial Group (IFG), North America’s largest alternative funding source for small to medium-sized enterprises, invoice factoring will benefit contractors since President Obama signed the $104.4-billion Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21) 27-month highway-and-transit authorization bill on July 6.
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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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The Interface Financial Group Offers Alternative Funding Solutions to Growing SMEs as Struggling U.S. Banks Call in Loans

BETHESDA, MD–(Marketwire–January 6, 2011)–According to the Interface Financial Group (IFG), invoice factoring is a growing source of alternative funding for small to medium sized enterprises (SME’s). With struggling U.S. banks under pressure to raise capital and cut risks, some are severing the credit lines of select small-business customers, demanding that they pay off their balances rather than continue making monthly payments. IFG offers alternative funding solutions to SMEs to explore the cash flow benefits of factoring for sustained growth in 2012.
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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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The Interface Financial Group’s Annual Conference in the United Kingdom Focuses on the New Era of Invoice Factoring

BETHESDA, MD–(Marketwire – Oct 6, 2011) – The Interface Financial Group (IFG), North America’s largest alternative funding source for small business, announced today that the company held its first corporate regional conference in Birmingham, United Kingdom the week of September 26, 2011. IFG provides short-term financial resources, including invoice factoring, and serves clients in more than 30 industries in the United States, Canada, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, UK and Ireland, and offers cross-border transaction facilities. Continue reading

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The Interface Financial Group Touts Invoice Factoring as a Workable Solution to Boost Small Business Optimism

BETHESDA, MD–(Marketwire – Sep 13, 2011) – According to The Interface Financial Group (IFG), business lending is improving for some small businesses but for others like the construction industry, or new businesses with no credit, obtaining bank financing is nearly impossible. During the month of August 2011, the Small Business Optimism Index fell down by 1.8 points to 88.1, the sixth monthly decline consecutively. Today, an alternative funding strategy, invoice factoring, provides a workable solution for any business that is unable to qualify for traditional financing. Continue reading

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Due Diligence, Fees and Invoice Factoring

Accounts receivable factoring enables the conversion of credit terms for immediate cash.and with the latest economic situaiton, it is becoming the preferred financial tool for obtaining working capital. A factor will work with most SMEs as long as they have customers that are doing business on credit. Continue reading

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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 – 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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