The Two Types of Factoring

As a small business owner, you may find yourself in need of quick cash during periods of slow business or when you're trying to get your operation up and running. However, it can be difficult to secure a small business loan when you're just starting out, and high...

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How to Keep Your Small Business From Failing

For every small business that succeeds, there are plenty more that fail. The Small Business Administration reports that only one in three small businesses last 10 years or more, a worrying statistic for investors. But how do you ensure that your small business thrives...

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6 Common Mistakes With Invoice Factoring

Factoring involves using your accounts receivable as collateral for a short-term loan. Factoring an invoice can seem straightforward: You provide your invoices to a factoring services provider who gives you a specified percentage for the total of your outstanding...

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A Loan Versus Factoring

For small- to mid-sized businesses, a traditional way to get more financing is through a business loan. If you need more capital to expand to a bigger warehouse or hire five more computer engineers, isn't a loan the best way to do that? What many business owners don't...

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