There are alternatives for the small business owner to get the working capital that they need for their business outside of traditional capital sources, such as banks. One of these alternatives is for the business owner to use the future credit card sales of their business to meet their current cash flow requirements.
Equipment leasing will allow your business to maintain credit lines with the banks. Learn how to use equipment leasing to grow your business and your cash flow.
Factoring is an efficient and reliable way of meeting capital needs of the business. It is beneficial when a business promises to have definite profits in future but faces capital deficit to get the project completed.
If you have a busy private practice, chances are you also have pockets of cash lying around available for the plucking. It simply hasn’t been collected yet, and may even have been overlooked. Here are 10 ways to increase your cash flow over the next 30 days.
For small business owners, steady growth can become nothing once company cash flow problems begin to heat up. Learn specially designed cash flow tools available for small businesses.
Accounts receivable factoring is another mode of receivables management and working capital funding to eventually increase the cash flow. Accounts receivable factoring involves buying and selling of accounts receivables in order to obtain immediate cash or working capital. Learn how to use accounts receivable factoring for your business.
A company’s receivables count for approximately 40-50% of their actual assets. With the economy in chaos, you must safeguard your “life jacket” — your receivables — if you wish to stay afloat. Read this how-to for managing your financials in a quickly sinking economy.
All of the planning in the world is an exercise in futility without the working capital to successfully carry out the plan. If a business sells to customers on terms, then working capital availability is dependent on cash flow timing.