Tag: Accounts Receivable Factoring

Marketing your business during a pandemic.

Marketing your business during a pandemic.

Have you seen the Netflix overnight sensation, Tiger King? One of the biggest trends of the COVID-19 quarantine is the increased consumption of TV programs from streaming services. Time spent on streaming increased by 34% in the first two weeks of March, according to Nielsen, and Tiger King was viewed by more than 34 million… Continue Reading

The Tax Man Cometh, are you ready?

A desk with a calculator, money, papers, and a persons hand writing the words Tax Planning on a pad.

  It is hard to believe that in just a few days, we will mark the end of another decade. Which leads me to wonder, will the ‘20s of this century be as roaring as the ‘20s of the last century? I guess that only time will tell. But before we completely forget about 2019,… Continue Reading

The Holiday Season Economics

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The Holiday Season, or as retailers like to call it, the shopping season, is here, and two key dates are Black Friday and Cyber Monday. According to a survey by Finder.com, 86% of Americans are planning to spend their hard-earned cash on pre-Christmas sales. Estimates are that Americans will drop roughly $87 billion on Black… Continue Reading

The “F” Word

A school blackboard with "The F Word" written in chalk

As you might have guessed, the “F” word that we are talking about is factoring. Once shunned by businesses and the finance industry, invoice factoring has become a valuable tool in maintaining cash flow and working capital. Often, companies find themselves to be asset rich but cash poor. While business is thriving, they have a… Continue Reading

Does your brand create loyalty?

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Customer loyalty is perhaps the most cherished of all business acumen. Did you know that it costs five times as much to attract a new customer than to keep an existing one? The first rule of any business is to retain customers and build a loyal relationship with them and thereby avoid customer acquisition costs…. Continue Reading