The government shutdown, which went into effect Oct. 1, continues to loom and if you are a small business owner, especially one that works with government contractors, you could be affected in several ways.
Category: Government Financing
Government contacting can be a lucrative, yet hard-to-get-into field with thick layers of bureaucracy to navigate, new terms to understand, and lengthy applications to complete. Yet if you are serious about becoming a small business that secures sizable government contracts, … Continue reading
Industries: Wholesaling and Distribution Location: Kansas City, MO How Much? $100,000 Just In Time P.O. Financing The vast majority of business sectors in the U.S. have a 30-day payment cycle so when a business mails out the invoice to the client, … Continue reading
There are a number of pros as well as a few cons to having the federal government as your customer. The big pro of course is that you know the government has money to pay its bills. The con is … Continue reading
If you are a small business that has recently landed the United States Federal Government as a client, you are probably jumping for joy at the prospect of having a customer with such deep pockets. Yet securing this cash-rich entity … Continue reading