Steady cash flow is important to any business. Sometimes in order to keep the cash flow moving, liquidity of assets is necessary. So, just how liquid are your assets? Not sure? This article can help you review and evaluate your liquid assets.
What is factoring? Who is factoring for? Learn more about the history of factoring and the different types of factoring to see how your business cash flow and finances can be effected by invoice factoring.
Are you having trouble because of the impact of financial markets on your business? This article will review the importance of credit in this economy, the access to credit which has a huge impact on the financial markets and your business, and interest rates.
Have you ever wondered about the history of factoring? You may be surprised just how far back in history factoring goes. In this article we will review the history of factoring as well as the pros and cons of invoice factoring.
Cash flow and financial statements are an important factor to any business. In this article we will review the 3 types of financial statements, how they apply to your cash flow, and why it is important to keep accurate financial statements.
Invoice factoring is for businesses that need to keep their cash flow liquid and moving. Learn more about invoice factoring and who it is for in this article. See how factoring can get your business the cash that is needed today.
Purchase order financial provides immediate funding while you are waiting to sell your goods. Read this Purchase Order Financing article to learn the benefits of purchase order financing and see if it can benefit your business.
Recourse versus non-recourse factoring determines who is responsible for the invoice if it is not collected within a set number of days. Compare recourse and non-recourse factoring to see which will work better for your business.
What is factoring? Invoice factoring is selling unpaid account receivables so special financial institutions. Read this What is Factoring article to learn how factoring can improve cash flow and your business credit rating.