Your new business is growing faster than you can process orders and get payment from your customers. This is making buying the items you need from your manufacturers difficult. Utilizing purchase orders to finance allows you to free up your cash flow....
Applying for a loan as a small company can be tricky, especially if you have not been doing business for very long because you will not always have the necessary credit history. With the help of the SBA loan programs, however, you...
In our professional worlds, we often look for ways to be more productive and there is always someone who has advice. Much of the advice around productivity can often be debunked, so assess which of these myths you should rid yourself of. 1. ...
Investing in commercial real estate is no small task. To see success and a return on your investment, you can’t simply rush into any decisions. Give yourself a moment to look over these tips and understand how you can see the best...
When businesses need to obtain expensive equipment, but either don’t have the capital to purchase it outright or expect that its value won’t last more than a few years, often have the option of equipment leasing. If your company is considering leasing...
Starting a business of your own is a big decision to make. Many people struggle to commit to this goal because they fear that they will pour all of their money into a project and not see the right results. This...
The real estate market is always shifting gears, and the key to making your best returns is knowing what to invest in, and when. Right now, multifamily properties are hot for long-term investors, because they are priced to move in many locales...
When you own a small business, you know that one of your greatest assets is your time. Unfortunately, a huge challenge for many business owners (including you) may be effectively managing your time. If that is the case, keep reading. Here you can...
Invoice factoring is a financing option available for B2B companies experiencing cash flow problems due to extended payment terms or late-paying customers. Essentially, you can sell your open accounts receivable invoices at a discounted rate (usually 70-90%) to a provider, known as...
If you rely on monthly invoices to fund your business expenses, and if even a single late payment has you dipping into your personal bank account for help, it may be time to consider accounts receivable financing. Invoice financing, or factoring, involves...