Funding A Small Business with Tax Issues

Posted by on Jun 26, 2014 in Business Tools | 0 comments

What is a small business owner with tax issues to do if when needing business financing?  Companies with tax problems often feel like they have nowhere to turn.  There are options available for a business owner in tax trouble, but only if they choose to work with a qualified invoice factoring company. A business owner may be eligible for invoice factoring, payroll funding, purchase order financing, letters of credit, government contract financing, and even supplier guarantees....

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Funding Program For Disadvantaged, Minority & Government Suppliers & Contractors

Posted by on Jun 12, 2014 in MBE/DBE Funding | 2 comments

SINCE 1998, BUSINESSCASH HAS OFFERED FAST GROWING GOVERNMENT CONTRACTORS AN ALTERNATIVE TO BANK FINANCING. WHEN BANKS EITHER WILL NOT LOAN OR OFFER TOO LITTLE FUNDS,BUSINESSCASH PROMPTLY SUPPLIES A STEADY STREAM OF CASH THROUGH INVOICE FACTORING. Our Programs  Invoice Factoring, Vendor Guarantees, Credit Protection & Purchase Order Financing  Up to 92% Advance Rates with Online Invoice Submission, Reporting and D&B Reports  The Famous BusinessCash “Soft Touch” with...

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Account Receivables Factoring, PO Funding for the Firearms Industry

Posted by on Apr 21, 2014 in Invoice Factoring, Purchase Order Financing | 0 comments

Account receivables factoring, work in process funding, purchase order financing and credit protection are all great funding options for the firearms industry.   These funding options are based on your clients’ creditworthiness, not your own companies.   This opens up funding to the unbankable because of IRS issues, concentration issues, start-ups, turnarounds and other challenging situations.  You can receive up to 92% of the invoice amount within days of starting the...

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Purchase Order Funding vs Invoice Factoring

Posted by on Feb 18, 2013 in Alternative Financing, Business Tools, Invoice Factoring, Purchase Order Funding | 0 comments

For many business owners, cash flow can be a routine problem. It is no secret that businesses need cash in order to pay employees, buy supplies, and pay for shipping orders. So, where can a company get the funds it needs? Some have tried to turn to what is known as purchase order funding instead of using invoice factoring. This is not always the best solution. Here is why. To begin, we must first understand that these are not the same. Invoice factoring can be used by virtually any company that...

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How Does PO Funding Work?

Posted by on Jun 23, 2012 in Business Tools, Purchase Order Funding, Trade Finance | 0 comments

Scenario: After much hard work, you finally secure that large purchase order from a creditworthy client. Congratulation! However, you have nowhere near enough working capital to buy the product to fulfill the order. What can you do? You have heard of PO Funding or Purchase Order financing but you don’t understand how it works, whether you qualify or the steps to being approved. Also, how does PO Funding differ from Invoice Factoring? First, let’s discuss the mechanics of both tools...

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