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Small business owners are feeling more optimistic than ever according to a Wells Fargo/Gallup Small Business Index poll released in August 2018. The index score hit +118 and those polled said they are feeling good about their current financial situation, cash flow, and future business outlook.

It is the best index score in the survey's 15-year history. Earlier this year it was around +106. The previous record was back in 2006, when the score reached +114. Most small business owners feel they are on good footing financially.

That's all good news for companies maintaining the status quo, but when it comes to growth, the ability to step out of your comfort zone and seek new growth opportunities can be challenging. Alternative funding offers companies a way to optimize a growth strategy in order to realize its full potential.

So, is alternative funding really the right avenue for you to grow your business? While it isn't the answer for every small business, it's the right direction if you intend to evolve, bring on more business, keep up with innovation, and gain a competitive edge to increase your market share.

If you find yourself in this situation (a need to grow and not sure where to find the capital) consult with a alternative funding specialist to review the options.
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A Factoring Program Can Offer Flexibility in Four Areas
of Concern for Most Lenders:

1.) Outstanding Debts
When entering into a factoring agreement a Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) search will be performed to evaluate who owns the right to any of your assets. The UCC is generally a set of laws governing the sale of goods, leases of goods, negotiable instruments, bank deposits, fund transfers, letters of credit, bulk sales, warehouse receipts, bills of lading, investment securities and secured transactions. This will establish any outstanding debt you have with other creditors. If there is outstanding debt, the factor will diligently work on an agreement, arrangement, and/or a subordination to satisfy the debt before entering into a new funding arrangement.

2.) Overdue Taxes
Before funding, the due diligence includes checking with the IRS to make sure you are up-to-date on your corporate federal and state income and payroll taxes. If a company has fallen behind on this (which happens quite often) a factoring agency can refer you to an entity (such as TAX GUARD) that can help you work on a payment plan to eradicate those issues. If an agreement can be made regarding the tax burden, a factoring company should be able to present a formal funding proposal with a reasonable fee structure.

3.) Your Company's Credit History
As long as there are no major issues regarding the way in which a company conducts its business, factoring is usually a viable funding option. Factoring examines the credit-worthiness of your customers (or debtors). So getting funding through factoring is possible when there have been some detrimental conditions that your company has faced in the past.

4.)The Credit-Worthiness of Your Customers
The amount that can be funded by a factoring company is dependent upon the credit-worthiness of your customers and the type of invoices they produce. Generally any invoice that is subject to dilution such as perishables, chargebacks, premiums, discounts, etc. is at risk of not being fully collected. Under certain circumstances (whether it is a credit or dilution issue) credit insurance is necessary (at a minimal cost) to hedge against the risk associated with a particular debtor.

Questions about your company's situation? for a free consultation or call
877-545-1311.
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We just released a video we would love to share with you. Please have a look, it describes business to government and B2B receivables as a tool for growth. Have a look: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-PiIWPvavZA
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Capital Funding Solutions would like to take a walk in your shoes...
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Our goal is to offer customers more ways to grow a business with a variety of funding options. Due diligence is the key to identifying the right solution. When choosing an alternative funding option, do you homework. Here is some very valuable information on how to do that... http://conta.cc/2aq9vpR
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Hi: See what our clients are saying about our services:

Hello:

I am writing this review to highly recommend the services of Capital Funding Solutions (CFS) for any business who may not be able to obtain traditional bank financing or a line of credit in order to take advantage of significant growth opportunities. My company was in a position to receive an annual contract from a new client in excess of $1.5 million, however, the contract required my small company to extend payment terms as well as utilize significant capital upfront to get the business going. Due to the service nature of our business and the lack of fixed of long-term fixed assets for which a bank could hold in collateral, such as vehicles or a building, banks were unwilling to provide a line of credit. I tried multiple banks with no luck.

CFS took the time to understand my business, our business cycle and the needs we have. They designed a specific funding program tailored to my needs and did not ask me for any further commitments regarding the rest of my business to secure the needed financing for this particular new client need. The relationship has lasted for several years and the Capital Funding Team has been absolutely wonderful to work with. Very responsive, understanding, and extremely flexible with funding requirements.

I will say that I did try the services of other similar companies and they did not work out well due to the aggressiveness of their programs, unwillingness to be flexible, and difficulty in communication. Capital Funding really made it easy to help my business grow and flourish.


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Factoring is good for businesses in growth mode and is a smart funding option when trying to grow a business while not incurring debt on your balance sheet.
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In many cases factoring is the smart way to grow your business. See why in this compelling video...
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FactoringClub.com has published its first annual awards for the best factoring companies. The selection criteria was based on user feedback, factoring agreement terms and conditions. For full details, please go to: https://factoringclub.com/top-factoring-companies-2016/
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