Accounts Receivable Financing for Staffing Firms & Payroll

Posted by Chris Curtin on Sep 28, 2017 in Non-Recourse Accounts Receivable Factoring, Payroll Funding, Staffing Factoring | 0 comments |

Accounts Receivable Financing for Staffing Firms & Payroll

As the US economy continues on its upward path, the demand for temporary staffing is growing even more rapidly. The Staffing Industry Analyst, a global advisor on temporary and contingent work, is projecting the staffing to grow by 3% in 2017. Indeed, temporary staffing has grown as a percentage of overall employment in the US. Temporary staffing is predicted to increase by 3% in 2018 to $126.8 billion with the overall staffing market likely to achieve 4% growth to reach $146.6 billion. Even more dramatic is the share of new jobs added to the...

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Benefits of Non-Recourse Accounts Receivable Financing vs. Bank Loans

Posted by Chris Curtin on Aug 11, 2015 in Aerospace/Aircraft Financing, Non-Recourse Accounts Receivable Factoring | 0 comments |

Benefits of Non-Recourse Accounts Receivable Financing vs. Bank Loans

Many Non-Recourse Accounts Receivable Financing is the sale of a companies receivables at a discount in exchange for immediate cash. The percentage of working capital a company can receive upfront ranges from 70-92%. AR financing can be a perfect solution for many industries including textiles, to wine distributors to start-ups. Any company that is non-bankable AR financing improves cash flow and accelerates growth and evades debt burden. There was a time when many consider bank loans as the easiest, least expensive source of business...

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Non-recourse Accounts Receivable Factoring for Oil and Gas Suppliers

Posted by Chris Curtin on Feb 17, 2015 in Non-Recourse Accounts Receivable Factoring | 0 comments |

Non-recourse Accounts Receivable Factoring for Oil and Gas Suppliers

From Bismarck North Dakota to San Antonio Texas, Oil and Gas companies and suppliers are experiencing a massive shift in commodity prices. America’s oil production continues to rise. Oil producers and suppliers have transformed themselves into nimble high-tech manufacturers that can adapt on a dime to outside forces. Funding tools such as non-recourse accounts receivable factoring give oil and gas suppliers the working capital they need to continue doing business as usual. Companies that supply oilfield service providers such as...

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Non-Recourse Accounts Receivable Financing for Oil and Gas Vendors

Posted by Chris Curtin on Aug 21, 2014 in Non-Recourse Accounts Receivable Factoring | 0 comments |

Non-Recourse Accounts Receivable Financing for Oil and Gas Vendors

What do Texas, Colorado, Oklahoma, West Virginia, Wyoming, and North Dakota have in common? They were all recently cited as six of the top 10 fastest-growing states in the country. Additionally, all of them can name domestic oil and natural gas production as a component of their success. These states join Alaska and California in fueling our country. “Increased oil and gas supplies will bring an economic renaissance to the United States,” petroleum economist Philip Verleger declared recently. “Energy independence, once...

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PO Financing and Receivable Financing for Oil, Gas and Energy Suppliers

Posted by Chris Curtin on Sep 25, 2013 in Oil and Energy Factoring | 0 comments |

Oil and Natural Gas exploration are now at record highs. It is expected to stay that way for decades to come. States such as Texas, Arkansas, New Mexico, California, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, North and South Dakota, and Ohio are feeling the economic surge from the additional energy production. For 20 years, we’ve been funding suppliers to the oil and gas industries with our PO financing and receivable financing cash flow programs.  Everyone from water haulers, frac sand haulers, roustabouts, vacuum trucks, environmental cleanup,...

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How a Receivable Loan Can Help Your Company

Posted by Chris Curtin on Apr 4, 2013 in Business Tools | 0 comments |

If you run a business that provides goods or services, you already know the difficulties that are waiting for your money can bring about. This is especially true for businesses that invoice their clients. Even in good times, certain companies wait 30, 60, or even 90 days before they receive payment. In some cases, the wait can be longer. These long delays can have a real effect on a company’s cash flow. It is even affecting its own ability to pay its bills and payroll. Problems in cash flow are when taking out a receivable loan can...

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Contract Purchase Program

Posted by Chris Curtin on Aug 28, 2012 in Business Tools, Consumer Factoring, Credit & Collection, Installment Financing | 0 comments |

Contract Purchase Program

Whether you are providing your customers with a delivered product or a future service, BusinessCash provides flexible solutions for funding your installment contract portfolio. We can purchase your seasoned portfolio, as well as new originations as you make a sale. Additionally, we are one of the very few firms that may offer to purchase your bad debt. Even if you do not currently need to finance your receivables, it is prudent to have them serviced by BusinessCash.com so that you can have quick access to cash if the need...

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Invoice Factoring-Factoring of Your Accounts Receivable

Posted by Chris Curtin on Aug 2, 2012 in Business Tools, Credit & Collection, Non Recourse factoring, Non-Recourse Accounts Receivable Factoring | 0 comments |

Invoice Factoring-Factoring of Your Accounts Receivable

One of the more perplexing issues in business ownership is that as business sales decrease, cash flow gets better (in the short term). You put out less money now as the accounts receivables are collected from previous robust sales. However, as times get better and sales increase; labor and materials need payment, for now, accounts receivables balloon and a new cash crunch begin. In this situation, Invoice Factoring or the Factoring of your Accounts Receivable can help. Accounts receivable financing through invoice factoring allows you to...

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