17Jun

Businesses Can’t Afford Gaps in Revenue – Especially Now

Posted by NCF On June 17,2020

Businesses in all sectors are trying to get a more stable footing in the COVID-19 economy. Regions around the country are reopening, giving businesses the opportunity to resume operations and hopefully get back to pre-pandemic production rates. Cash flow is crucial to the future success of businesses as the economy reopens, and gaps in revenue can cause major setbacks.

Why Do Gaps in Revenue Occur?

Gaps in revenue can occur for a number of reasons, but the most common cause is from unpaid receivables. Businesses issue invoices with staggered payment schedules of 30, 60, or even 90 days. This is a standard business practice designed to give clients a grace period to make payments, and the staggered schedules, in theory, provide businesses with a constant stream of revenue. More often than not, staggered payment schedules lead to gaps in revenue while businesses wait for their clients to make payments on the balanc

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28May

Accelerating the Rate of Cash Flow for Your Business

Posted by NCF On May 28,2020

We live and work in a data-driven economy where business transactions take place in the blink of an eye. Yet despite the rate at which we do business, companies in every industry are experiencing sluggish cash flow due to staggered payment schedules. Fortunately, there is a solution to accelerate the rate of cash flow for your business.

Payment Schedules and Cash Flow

As technology gets better, the rate at which we do business gets faster. However, some standard business practices remain the same. Wall Street and major banks operate on the same schedules, and businesses still issue invoices with staggered payment schedules. These schedules are designed to benefit both businesses and their clients. When businesses issue invoices with payment schedules of 30, 60, or even 90 days, clients get a grace period in which to gather the capital necessary to pay off the balance. For businesses, staggered payment schedules a

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21May

Why Factoring Makes Sense for Businesses during Every Economic Climate

Posted by NCF On May 21,2020

There are many reasons businesses use factoring services. Some want to catch up on accounting and get revenue from unpaid client invoices. Others need short-term working capital to cover expenses or take advantage of time-sensitive business opportunities. Still other businesses use factoring to build up reserves for growth projects. No matter the reasons, businesses have found that factoring is a sensible and stable form of financing whether the economy is booming, stagnant, or in a downturn.

Loans Are Unpredictable

For the past decade or so, businesses have been pivoting away from traditional loans. The requirements set by lenders keep increasing, which makes much-needed financing inaccessible to small businesses that might not have the collateral, credit ratings, or established sales history to qualify for loans. Additionally, interest rates on traditional business loans are subject to change. In 2017 and 2018,

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14May

Understanding Debt Risk, Loan Forgiveness, and Business Financing

Posted by NCF On May 14,2020

Businesses all over the United States are seeking financing to keep operations running and weather uncertain conditions amid a pandemic. Since April, business owners have seen stimulus packages and relief loans promising loan forgiveness and minimized risk to borrowers. But what exactly do these things mean and how do they impact businesses? Is there such a thing as stable and reliable business financing?

Debt Risk for Businesses

For the past decade or so, traditional lenders have been trying to minimize their risk by shifting it to borrowers. In order to qualify for loans, businesses must meet minimum credit ratings, have enough collateral to put up against the amount of financing requested, and a long financial history. Unfortunately, these requirements marginalize new and small businesses. Even alternatives to traditional debt-based loans, such as merchant cash advances, have very high interest rates to place

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07May

Can Banks Handle the Needs of Business Owners?

Posted by NCF On May 07,2020

At the end of March, the CARES Act was signed into law, which provided special relief loans to businesses across the United States. Immediately, banks were inundated with loan requests, which severely slowed down the approval process. Additionally, the number of requests greatly overshadowed the amount allocated for relief loans, resulting in a total depletion of funds. This prolonged the anxiety and frustration for business owners nationwide. Even those who were approved for relief loans were kept in a holding pattern because there were no funds to be given to them. Now, with a second round of relief loans in the pipeline, can banks meet the needs of business owners?

Banks and Loans

The relief loans offered by banks were supposed to be at no immediate cost to business owners. Similarly, the major banks in the United States have stated that most of their earnings do not come from debt-based financing. However, du

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