Government Contract Receivables Factoring

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Getting a contract from the US federal government has a number of advantages. The government can provide you with a steady stream of work – if you know how to find it and bid for it. And, when used strategically, government contracts can help your business grow to the next level. However, government contracts can also […]

Supplier Financing For Companies That Sell To Retailers

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Getting a contract from a large retailer can be very exciting for any business owner. It can certainly be a defining moment in your career – if you are prepared for it. But large contracts can also be a double edge sword that can hurt a business that is not well prepared. They can tie […]

Financing Options for Walmart Suppliers

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For many business owners, becoming a Walmart supplier can be a defining moment in their business careers. Walmart’s massive scale, when approached correctly and strategically, can help your business grow exponentially. The bottom line is that Walmart is a great company with stores in the US and Canada (among other countries) and can make for a great client. […]

What is an Asset-Based Financing Line of Credit?

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Asset-based financing is a catch-all term for a type of financing that allows you to finance corporate assets such as receivables, inventory, and equipment. When financing accounts receivable, the asset-based financing solution works a lot like a conventional business line of credit. On the other hand, when you are financing inventory and equipment, the solution operates like […]

Invoice Factoring vs. Business Line of Credit

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It’s not unusual for small and midsize businesses to experience cash flow problems from time to time. As a matter of fact, many growing businesses encounter financial problems as a result of their fast growth. Often, the only way to improve cash flow and fix the problem is to use financing. Two common financing solutions that help improve […]

Advantages of Sales Ledger Financing

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Sales ledger financing is gaining traction as a financing option for mid-sized companies that are in good financial shape and are growing quickly. This solution is offered to companies that have outgrown conventional invoice factoring but are not able to meet the qualification requirements of a line of credit. Sales ledger financing offers a number of advantages to businesses, […]

Invoice Factoring vs. Sales Ledger Financing

sales ledger financing

Every company that is growing and doing well eventually experiences cash flow problems. Actually, the most common cash flow problem happens because customers pay invoices in 30 to 60 days. Companies can afford to offer terms and wait for payment – at least initially. But if your company is growing quickly, it will eventually run low on cash. […]

Leveraged Buyout Financing for Small Businesses

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Most people consider leveraged buyouts to be solutions that can only be used to acquire larger businesses. However, nothing about a leveraged buyout is specific to larger business. The concept can be used to acquire smaller businesses. There is a catch, though. Just because the concept can be used by smaller businesses, it does not mean that […]

How to Finance a Management Buyout

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A management buyout (MBO) is a type of business acquisition in which the managers of a company purchase the business from the current owners or parent company. Management buyouts can be structured in a number of ways; however, many transactions use the leveraged buyout model. Leveraged buyouts are often used because few management teams have the financial resources to […]

What is a Leveraged Buyout? How does it Work?

Leveraged Buyout

A leveraged buyout, commonly referred to as an LBO, is a transaction that companies use to acquire other businesses. The buyout involves a combination of equity from the buyer, along with debt that is secured by the target company’s assets. The deal is structured so that the target company’s assets and cash flows are used to pay […]