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1st Commercial Credit Blog - Page 39

Improve Vendor and Creditor Management with Receivables Factoring

Posted on July 23, 2013 in Factoring

Every company wants to reduce its supply chain and inventory management costs. As such, most enterprises focus on lowering the price paid for finished goods and materials. Others concentrate on using large volume purchases in order to drive down...

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Business Loans and Dodd Frank Bill

Posted on July 23, 2013 in Factoring

Maintaining a positive cash flow for a developing business is vital to its continued economic health. There may be various issues with accounts receivable, for example. One option for a growing business to consider is the practice of selling the...

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How Accounts Receivable Loans Can Save Your Business

Posted on July 23, 2013 in Factoring

As a business, your main goal is to turn a profit. You do this by bringing in a constant stream of customers. Getting new customers is a combination of providing excellent customer service and unique marketing tools. However, in some cases, in order...

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Lowering the Costs of Receivables Factoring With Proactive Vendor & Cash Flow Management Strategies

Posted on July 23, 2013 in Factoring

Financing a business in today's economy is certainly a struggle. It's a going concern and one that impacts a company's cash position, impacts its operations, and one that can affect its ability to pursue certain business opportunities. After all,...

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Understanding Receivable Lending

Posted on July 22, 2013 in Factoring

Finding the right financial solutions for your company is essential to maintain your market position and profitability in the competitive marketplace. Working with financial institutions that offer lending on accounts receivable (A/R) arrangements...

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Purchase Order Financing in Today’s Challenging Lending Marketplace

Posted on July 22, 2013 in Purchase Order Finance

The Wall Street Journal recently reported that the number of small business loans has increased by over 10 percent in the past year. However, those loans are for smaller amounts on average, prompting speculation that small business owners may be...

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How Does Lending on Inventory Work for Distributors and Manufacturers

Posted on July 22, 2013 in Distribution

When a manufacturing company, wholesale distributor or retail sales business obtains funding from an inventory lender, it enables them to carry on business without delays and other problems due to lack of financial backing. This type of...

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Financing Receivables in the Staffing Industry

Posted on July 22, 2013 in Staffing

Are you looking for a way to fund your payroll? When you do not have the money to pay your staff, you may think that traditional lines of credit from the bank are your only option. However, there are payroll funding alternatives that are focused on...

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How do I compare the Costs of Factoring Against Financing my Business with a Bank?

Posted on July 22, 2013 in Factoring

Today's companies are complementing conventional financing through a bank, with asset-based financing tools like receivable factoring. Many have become accustomed to comparing the costs of both in order to choose a tailor-made solution to a given...

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How will Factoring Affect my Customer Relationships?

Posted on July 22, 2013 in Factoring

Companies are always looking for ways to reduce costs. Some focus on reducing fixed costs, some focus on reducing variable costs and yet others focus on reducing their daily costs of financing. With this in mind, a number of companies are looking...

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What is Factoring and How Can it Help my Business?

Posted on July 22, 2013 in Factoring

With the effects of the global financial crisis still looming, and banks unable or unwilling to advance capital or increase credit limits, many small businesses face a daily struggle to finance their operations. If you own a business, then you...

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