Sat, 2015-10-10 13:38
Steady cash flow is vital to growing a business, but the conventional route to secure it – getting a loan – can be difficult, and frankly, unappealing.  Stringent qualifying standards and paperwork hassle are high hurdles to clear. And with loans, there’s the burden of repayment plus interest.  But there is a way for business owners to get working capital and stay debt free: invoice factoring.  It all starts with an invoice – an unpaid bill for work you’ve already done. Factoring companies, such as TBS Capi

Steady cash flow is vital to growing a business, but the conventional route to secure it – getting a loan – can be difficult, and frankly, unappealing.

 

Stringent qualifying standards and paperwork hassle are high hurdles to clear. And with loans, there’s the burden of repayment plus interest.

 

But there is a way for business owners to get working capital and stay debt free: invoice factoring.

 

Mon, 2015-10-05 13:28
For entrepreneurs who have run into cash-flow problems or defaulted on previous loans, the chances of becoming part of a grim national statistic loom all too large.  Only half of all start-ups survive to their fifth birthday.  That’s reality, according to the Small Business Administration. But with the help of invoice factoring, you can avoid becoming another casualty.  Invoice factoring is one of the fastest growing funding options in the world. A recent industry report cited the global market for invoice

For entrepreneurs who have run into cash-flow problems or defaulted on previous loans, the chances of becoming part of a grim national statistic loom all too large.

Only half of all start-ups survive to their fifth birthday.

That’s reality, according to the Small Business Administration. But with the help of invoice factoring, you can avoid becoming another casualty.

Sun, 2015-09-27 13:17
Here at TBS Capital Funding, we’re always talking about how great invoice factoring is. That’s all good and fine. But it occurred to us that maybe, at least once, we should back up and tell you simply what factoring is (or isn’t).    Factoring Is Not a Loan – The best definition we’ve read describes factoring – from a business owner’s perspective – as, “a way to get my money as soon as I’ve earned it.” We convert invoices to cash, same day. Our clients think we’re magicians. Try getting a lender to do that.

Here at TBS Capital Funding, we’re always talking about how great invoice factoring is. That’s all good and fine. But it occurred to us that maybe, at least once, we should back up and tell you simply what factoring is (or isn’t).

 

Fri, 2015-09-25 13:20
At a recent global factoring conference in Poland, a report placed the global market for invoice factoring at $3 trillion. Almost two thirds of those transactions originated in Europe, while less than 10 percent came from the United States.    The global popularity of factoring, and its relative obscurity here in the United States suggest that the practice – that is, getting cash by selling the value of what your customers owe you before they pay it – might be to the funding world what soccer is to sport.

At a recent global factoring conference in Poland, a report placed the global market for invoice factoring at $3 trillion. Almost two thirds of those transactions originated in Europe, while less than 10 percent came from the United States.

 

Sun, 2015-09-20 13:22
Let’s say you’re handy and you’ve got $10,000 saved up to start a company. You’ve invented a life-changing business tool called the Really Cool Thing that you can sell for $1,000. You rent a small production space, pay $2,000 for first and last month’s rent and pay yourself a $1,000-a-month salary.    In your first month you make and deliver four Really Cool Things – enough to cover expenses. Your product’s a hit and you get orders for twelve more, to be delivered in the next 30 days.     One snag: You only

Let’s say you’re handy and you’ve got $10,000 saved up to start a company. You’ve invented a life-changing business tool called the Really Cool Thing that you can sell for $1,000. You rent a small production space, pay $2,000 for first and last month’s rent and pay yourself a $1,000-a-month salary.

 

In your first month you make and deliver four Really Cool Things – enough to cover expenses. Your product’s a hit and you get orders for twelve more, to be delivered in the next 30 days. 

 

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