Stop Waiting On The Government To Pay Your Invoices
Working with the government is good business. You know the money is coming and it’s a steady stream of work. However, your company spends weeks or months waiting on a paycheck that you earned a while ago. For some, that income is necessary to keep the lights on, let alone keep employees paid. There is a way to get a majority of this money within a week.
A Merchant Cash Advance Loan: we did the math
Like a sheep in wolves clothing, the MCA product is a troubling and rapidly growing segment of the small business online lending industry today. A small business owner must be very careful and understand the true cost APR of this kind of capital. If they don’t, they run the risk of true financial Armageddon, and a wise small business owner should seek all other reputable options for capital before selecting to get a seemingly low cost, fast MCA for their small business enterprise.
Buyer Beware! How To Do Due Diligence On A Business
In the fast-paced and interconnected world of commerce and technology, the need for businesses to protect themselves has never been greater. Businesses seeking a provider for services must start a due diligence effort before signing any contractual agreements. If not, they put their own capital or employees at risk. Merriam-Webster defines the term due diligence as research and analysis of a company or organization done in preparation for a business transaction.
4 Ways to Spot a Bad Customer
It is said that one of the secrets to running a successful business is to have only great customers and to avoid the bad ones. This makes perfect sense, but is much easier said than done.
Collapse of MyPayrollHR: What should I do?
As was widely reported online and in most business-related publications, the abrupt closing of the payroll giant processor, MyPayrollHR has left small businesses and their employees scrambling in a state of financial panic. And with good reason. MyPayrollHR and its parent company, Value Wise Corporation closed last Thursday (September 5, 2019) without any warning. It shut down its website and stopped returning phone calls. The company stated that it had over “5,000 companies as clients” as of this past summer. To say this has caused trouble for their former clients would be an understatement.
How Selling Receivables Can Help Your Business Thrive
“It takes money to make money,” as the adage goes. This can be especially true if your business is new or growing quickly. Unfortunately, it’s during these situations when cashflow can be tight. Take a look at your books, do you notice a big chunk of your money tied up in accounts receivables? Selling these invoices to a third party frees up your capital so you can take your business to the next level.
Selling Receivables is an Option
Hate the idea of borrowing more money from a bank? Consider selling your invoices to a third-party commercial finance company. They can help business with open business-to-business (B2B) or business-to-government (B2G) accounts receivables. This partnership enables you to grow your business and focus on what you do best. It’s YOUR capital, you just need to access it.
You can be confident in your decision to work with United Capital Funding. We’re one of the largest U.S. specialized commercial finance businesses. We’re also a wholly owned subsidiary of Gulf Bank & Trust. We’re transparent, never charging hidden fees or penalties. Additionally, our rates are much lower compared to other factoring companies.
We know how important your business is, and want to ensure you understand the process. We’ve compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions to get you started.
Time is money. Benjamin Franklin is credited with saying this often-repeated phrase. It’s even truer today than in the 1700s when he coined it. If you’re in need of cashflow to help grow your business, you want it now. That’s why UC Funding expedites all our transactions. We pre-approve businesses within 24 hours and process funding within five business days.
Starting and running a business is difficult. UC Funding strives to make this complex process as easy as possible. We’re not a bank, so we don’t need dozens of forms—it’s just three quick steps! All you have to do to get started is fill out a simple online application. Once you sell, your clients will still make payments to you, not us, so there’s no confusion. Also, there is no monthly minimum requirement so you can finance with us only as you need to.
Help Your Business Thrive
With UC Funding helping you finance your business today, you can get where you want to be tomorrow. Call 877.894.8232 or click here to get a quick quote now.
Article Posted On: August 02, 2018