Fleet Card Pioneer, WEX Incorporated WEX Incorporated is a South Portland, Maine based provider of corporate payment solutions and fleet card services to commercial customers primarily in the transportation, health care and travel industries. They operate offices around the world in countries ranging from Brazil and New Zealand to Norway and the United Kingdom. In […]
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3 Ways to Improve Net Working Capital (Read Time 1-2 minutes) If you plan to explore a loan or small business line of credit, it makes sense to watch your company’s net working capital. This metric is a favorite of bankers when extending credit to small businesses.1 Keep in mind, net working capital is […]
Factoring Accounts Receivable: NOT Too Expensive One of the perceived disadvantages of factoring accounts receivable is the cost. But a closer look at factoring expenses may shed a different light. While factoring fees might be higher than the interest rates on a traditional bank loan or line of credit, the two financing options are really […]
Accounts Receivable Factoring Tip: Raise Prices Many business owners are considering accounts receivable factoring to improve their business’ finances. This type of funding can bring vital cash to a business that’s waiting for payment from credit sales-cash that can be used to run the business more efficiently in a variety of ways. But the business […]
Factoring Receivables? 3 Things to Check So you’ve decided you want to start factoring receivables. That’s great. Invoice factoring provides a number of pros for your business. Factoring can support fast growth, provide a cash flow infusion during a rough patch and free up resources (time and money) for your business. It can even improve […]
The Bond Bubble and Invoice Factoring Regardless of how you define deflation, its prospect is a major threat to small business funding. It’s defined in different ways depending on what you read. The most common definition is falling prices. With this in mind, falling prices more the result of what we view as the deflation. […]