Month: March 2016

Working Capital

Here we are, the economy has turned around, your company is back in the black, and you have the opportunity to expand. So you go to the bank for a loan only to be denied due to insufficient Working Capital. How can that be? I have plenty of Working Capital; you say to yourself. We… Continue Reading

The Mojave Green

Spring came early to Southern Nevada, and many people are taking advantage of the weather to go outside and explore the surrounding nature. If you venture out be careful, because nature is waking up from their winter nap and excited to be alive. One such species is the Mojave Green Pit Viper, the most venomous… Continue Reading

Nevada Donor Network

Do you have a little red heart on your Driver License? If you do, you are one of the 890,000 Nevadans who have said YES to organ, eye, and tissue donation. The Nevada Donor Network is one of the most successful in the nation, and in 2015 there were 322 organs transplanted from 105 donors… Continue Reading

Question & Answer – March 2016

Q: How is Factoring different than a loan? A: With Factoring, we are simply giving you an advance on the money that is owed to you by your clients, less a small percentage for funding your receivable in advance. When the client pays their invoice, you turn that payment over to BFC and the factoring amount is… Continue Reading

Facebook sees big spike in small businesses paying to advertise

For almost a decade, small businesses have been asking people to “like” them on Facebook. That is a free way for them to connect with customers. But in 2012, Facebook introduced a new feature: companies could pay to put their posts onto more peoples’ news feeds. First on “CBS This Morning,” the tech giant is… Continue Reading