Working capital is one of the keys to running a smooth business operation. Often, it’s possible to maintain a consistent cash flow just by making smart tweaks to your business model and keeping an eye on your assets and liabilities, but there are times when you may need assistance raising working capital.
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If your business, like many others, has outstanding invoices and slow-paying customers, you don’t have to be stuck without cash flow. Invoice factoring — selling unpaid invoices to a factoring company in exchange for immediate cash — could be the answer to your troubles. But how exactly does invoice factoring work? Should you use small business […]
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Business financing is often a necessary part of growing a business, but when it comes to finding capital, it can be difficult to know where to start. Should you get a credit card? What about a loan from your local bank? Is there useful financing out there that you haven’t even heard of? Read on, […]
When it comes to loans, we like to talk a lot about comparison shopping here at Merchant Maverick. And while we provide a lot of handy information here, it’s best to consider our website as just one of many tools in your box. So what are some the best small business loan resources you can […]
Invoice factoring is perhaps one of the most convoluted types of financing available to merchants. Because factoring involves many different parties and has a lot of moving parts, rates and fees can be difficult to parse. Nonetheless, having a good understanding of rates and fees will ensure that you’re working with the best invoice factor […]
Invoice factoring is often cited as an ancient form of business financing, dated back to the time of ancient Mesopotamia. But while the basic concept may be old, it is not outdated; factoring structures are continually changing to stay relevant to the needs of modern business owners. One new development, for example, is spot factoring. […]