Invoice factoring has long been a way that small to medium sized businesses can bolster their cash flow by releasing cash from their current invoices or receivables. By factoring receivables, suppliers no longer have to wait 30 or more days … Continue reading
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Every January starts off with bold New Year’s resolutions and even bolder New Year predictions, and 2015 is no different. Though your new year predictions may depend on whether you are an optimist, pessimist or realist, economics and industry experts … Continue reading
It’s a gamble like no other for the Telsa automotive manufacturer and the state best known for financial deals involving casinos, gaming, and slot-pull windfalls. The Silver State recently landed a competitive agreement to build the nation’s world’s largest lithium-ion … Continue reading
There’s a good amount of talk on this blog about how difficult it is for the run-of-the-mill business to apply for and actually receive a small business loan from a corporate bank – yes this still goes on today. Though … Continue reading
With the goal of bringing about jobs and long-term manufacturing growth in Raleigh, N.C., President Obama visited North Carolina State University recently to announce a new manufacturing institute. Earlier this year, the government, which is spending $200 million in manufacturing … Continue reading
The years 2014 and 2015 are expected to be big years for the Utica Shale Oil and Gas Project, particularly for the eastern Ohio state region. Though once thought to be a small amount of natural gas squeezed deep beneath … Continue reading
A recent report put together by World Factoring Yearbook 2013 and Factors Chain International has come to light that shows the use of factoring accounts receivables has increased across the globe.