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How to Choose a Staffing Factoring Company

Posted by on May 24, 2016 in Business Tools, Invoice Factoring, Staffing Factoring | 0 comments

Staffing Factoring is a subset of Invoice Factoring with a twist. When picking the right staffing factoring company for your business, critical questions need to be answered: Staffing expertise: As the owner of a temp staffing agency you understand the nuances of your business. Workman’s Comp, relentless cash flow needs, matching the right person with the right job, proper job classifications- The variables to manage are relentless! You need an accounts receivable financing company who understands the vagaries of your business. In 1998...

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Factoring Fees Explained

Posted by on May 14, 2016 in Business Tools, Invoice Factoring | 0 comments

If you are considering utilizing Invoice Factoring to fund your B2B or B2G sales growth, it is important to understand the invoice factoring fees structure and cost to you. Different Factoring companies can charge you for their services in many different ways. What is best for you? The cash flow and other factoring benefits need to be compared to your actual cost of funds to see if you are paying truly competitive rates for this secured receivable financing form of asset-based lending. Our goal at Businesscash is for you to know all the...

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Is AR Funding Right For your Business?

Posted by on May 12, 2016 in Client Concentration | 0 comments

When you are a start-up business or simply have one or two large clients, obtaining financing for your business is nearly impossible because of customer concentration issues. This is where AR Financing & PO Funding from BusinessCash comes in. Factoring receivables put the emphasis on your client’s creditworthiness, not your own. This means companies with traditional non-bankable issues can get the funding they desperately need. How do I get Funding with High Client Concentration? In this day and age, with the proliferation of...

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Financing the Scrap Metal Industry

Posted by on Apr 27, 2016 in Invoice Factoring | 1 comment

Overview of Scrap Metal Industry The scrap metal industry accounts for up to 90 billion dollars in economic activity in the U.S. Companies often collect scrap metal from a variety of sources, including junk cars, old machinery, appliances, and construction waste, which enable many small companies to enter the industry and cater to a local market. Scrap metal recycling in the U.S. remains an important source of supply for developing countries that need both ferrous and nonferrous metals to supplement their development. Over the five years to...

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How to Consolidate Your MCA Loans into One Lower Payment

Posted by on Apr 23, 2016 in Merchant Cash Advance | 0 comments

Are you exhausted of coping with multiple MCA bills, due dates and interest rates? Do you feel it’s getting more and more difficult to find a financing option that is affordable? Are you tired of keeping track of all debts and their payments? Repaying multiple loans is both cumbersome and expensive. MCA or ACH consolidation is merging all your debts into one single lower-interest loan. Consolidation can lower your monthly requirement into a payment you can afford. It can simplify your financial life and make it easier to plan your budget...

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5 Best Reasons to use Credit Card Factoring

Posted by on Mar 24, 2016 in Credit Card Factoring | 0 comments

Credit Card Factoring gives retail and service business owners with significant credit card sales, quick and easy access to working capital financing. It is a fairly new business financing technique. It is known by several other names, such as business cash advance, merchant funding, merchant account cash advance, or merchant cash advance. A Merchant Cash Advance or Credit Card Factoring is a type of funding which isn’t a loan. MCA refers to the lump-sum payment received by a business in exchange of future credit/debit card sales...

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Why Factoring Companies can be Better than Banks for Small Businesses

Posted by on Feb 19, 2016 in Business Tools | 0 comments

You own a small business, one that you have worked hard to ensure has happy customers, quality products, and excellent service. Now, because of all your hard work, you are finally getting the recognition you deserve- your small business is growing rapidly- reaching new clientele and expanding your product lines, along with your profit margins. However, growth can be expensive, and you need capital to reach your full potential. As a small business owner, you have a wide variety of options available, but the most popular of these are the...

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How to Lower your Merchant Cash Advance Payment

Posted by on Jan 25, 2016 in Merchant Cash Advance | 0 comments

For many years the business world faced the challenge where it had numerous aspiring entrepreneurs but no capital to support their ideas and dreams. Today, we live in times where there is a variety of financing options available to small businesses. One of such option is Merchant Cash Advance (MCA). A Merchant Cash Advance (MCA) is a type of funding which isn’t a loan. MCA refers to the lump-sum payment received by a business in exchange of future credit/debit card sales receivables. It is one of the most popular methods used by small...

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Understanding Factoring Rates

Posted by on Jan 24, 2016 in Alternative Financing, AR Funding, Discount Factoring, Government Factoring, Staffing Factoring | 0 comments

What is the key to Understanding Factoring Rates?  Many business owners attempt to compare APR interest rates to invoice factoring rates. The problem is twofold. One, the best factoring company’s rates include Accounts Receivable Management, Credit Services and Credit Protection and two, a bank only helps the most creditworthy company with typically 3 years of proven profitability. We now explain the basic factoring process in simple terms for you to understand how it works and what it would cost you. What is a Factoring Advance Rate?: A...

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Why Merchant Cash Advances are Bad for your Company

Posted by on Jan 20, 2016 in Merchant Cash Advance | 0 comments

You own your own company, a small or medium business that enriches your community, allows you to explore your passion, and at the same time, turns in a nice profit. Properly dealing with working capital over time, whether it is to buy more equipment, meeting weekly payroll, expand your inventory, or upgrade your technology, is one of the biggest challenges of running a business. You need capital quickly, but do not have the credit or the ability for a traditional bank loan. Luckily, with the alternative lending choices today, you have several...

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