8 Great Reasons to Sell Your Accounts Receivable (Invoice Factoring)

8 Great Reasons to Sell Your Accounts ReceivableWe have discussed invoice factoring from several angles on this blog. We have explained the basics of invoice factoring and how it can help businesses grow, talked about the benefits of factoring for improving business cash flow, and outlined the history of invoice factoring and its growth in the 21st century. Recently, we even offered up 6 reasons to choose invoice factoring over a traditional bank loan. Well, sometimes infographics can be incredibly helpful to understanding, so here's one that offers eight great reasons to sell your accounts receivable (invoice factoring). Read more

Mike Winters 04.8.2015 

The History of Invoice Factoring (And Factoring's Growth in the 21st Century)

InvoicesInvoice factoring has remained much the same since it came into vogue in the Middle Ages. Yep, factoring has been around a long, long time. Invoice factoring has always been a fast, reliable way for businesses to improve cash flow without getting bogged down with debt that has to be repaid. The first recorded use of factoring is said to have been 4,000 years ago, in the kingdom of Hammurabi of Mesopotamia, but let's take a brief look at its history over the years through today. Read more

Mike Winters 16.7.2015 

Small Business Optimism Down As Bank Loans Become Harder to Get

What Are the Keys to Small-Business Success?The optimism of small-business owners has taken a bit of a dive in the second quarter of 2015. According to SCORE, lower revenues and tighter credit are the primary reasons behind this growing discouragement. With small businesses being approved for bank loans "less than half of the time," it may be time for small-business owners to seriously consider alternate sources of funding. Read more

Mike Winters 08.7.2015 

Can Your Business Weather the Storm? The Five P's of Preparedness

Tropical Storm BillWith Tropical Storm Bill headed for the Texas coast, Houston may find itself underwater yet again very soon. We can only hope that it passes quickly without doing much damage. Whether or not this proves to be a big one, however, this is a good opportunity to determine if your business is prepared to weather a storm. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, 40% of businesses "never reopen following a disaster" and over 60% say they're "not well-prepared for a flood." Read more

Mike Winters 15.6.2015 

What Are the Keys to Small-Business Success? (Infographic)

What Are the Keys to Small-Business Success?Most small businesses started in the U.S. never live to see their five-year anniversary. Despite this distressing fact, 68% of small-business owners believe their businesses are operating at a successful level. Optimism in the face of tremendous odds is a powerful entrepreneurial trait—and one that can help keep failure at bay and success on the horizon. Read more

Mike Winters 20.5.2015 
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