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Blog Archives : March 2014

How Much Of Your Working Capital Should Come From Bank Loans?

There is a lot that goes into planning the finances of a business, no matter how big or small the business may be. The business owner has to be sure that he always has the funds on hand to run his daily operations and create a cash reserve...

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Factoring Companies For Freight Brokers

Are you looking for an alternative financing option, one where your freight brokerage isn’t inexorably tied to banks and credit unions? More importantly, are you looking for a financing solution where your brokerage can immediate pay...

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Missing Payroll Is The First Step Towards Significant Employee Turnover

It can be easy to take something for granted until you no longer have it. When you started your company, you had no problems making payroll because you had your start-up cash and it was going to sustain you for months. The problem is that...

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Improve Cash Flow & Reduce Long-Term Financing With Receivables Factoring

Does your company operate in a market known for long sales cycles? Do you often find it difficult to finance operations when so much of your cash is spent financing receivables? More importantly, have you simply grown tired of trying to...

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Financing Options For Accounting Temp Staffing

The idea of outsourcing professional services has become extremely popular in the corporate world, and for many good reasons. Not too many years ago, a company would hire the kind of professional personnel it needed to run its business and...

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Many Gaps Between Big GAAP And Little GAAP

There is an ongoing debate about whether two sets of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles are really necessary to serve all types of companies. Some believe one set of standards should apply to small nonpublic entities; others believe...

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How To Make Better Business Decisions

Whether you operate as a sole proprietor or you lead a multi-million dollar corporation, making business decisions is part of your everyday duties. The decisions you are faced with range from simple to complex, such as whether you should...

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What You Need To Know About Non-Compete Clauses

As a small business owner, you need every advantage you can get to remain profitable and compete with larger organizations. A non-compete clause can help you achieve these goals. However, you must avoid ambiguous language when drafting it...

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Create The Perfect Management Team

Most small business owners are in no position to hire a management team in the early days of operation. As the business starts to grow, the owner must take on the role of accountant, advertising executive, human resources director and...

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Is Funding Receivables The Payroll Answer In A Recession?

One of the main reasons why companies fail in a recession is they panic. While it is understandable why so many small to medium sized business panic when the economy goes bad, there is still a lot to be said for maintaining a strong...

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