According to the Small Business Administration (SBA), 50% of all small and medium-sized businesses fail within their first four years and nearly 96% dissolve by the tenth year. And the most common reason for the high failure rate is poor cash flow management.
Factoring has been around in some form or another for centuries, yet it is still a relatively untapped source of finance for many businesses. In fact, invoice factoring is typically a small part of curriculum in many university finance departments. Let’s take a look at the history and evolution of the world of factoring.
It is a pleasure to write this testimonial for American Receivable. I’ve been associated with the company for over 20 years. They assisted me in the initial start-up of Systems Source, Inc. in 1995 and have stood by me the entire time I’ve been in business, both the good times and the bad. Jack and Brad have truly been business partners.
In today’s time, many people cannot imagine running a business without the aid of technology, and the evolution of technology has changed the way we do business on a daily basis. Computers, software, apps, video, etc. have allowed companies to expand their businesses well beyond the borders of their home base. For factoring, it has created endless possibilities on how and where business can be done.
Small business finance can be confusing for many startups. Properly setting up your financial books is vital for the success of any small business. Accurate bookkeeping will help you better manage your resources, find strategies to minimize debt and forecast economic trends to help you make the most returns from your investment. Additionally, you need accounting records for tax purposes.
Dallas, Texas– For the third consecutive year, Top Ten Reviews has ranked American Receivable as the #1 factoring company in the U.S. American Receivable was one of the first factoring companies in the DFW metroplex, and for the last 39 years, American Receivable has provided cash flow solutions to businesses across the nation.
If you’re like most small business owners, a website redesign may sound like an unnecessary expense. After all, your current website probably took a lot of thought, time and money to complete. But technology and online behavior are constantly evolving, and a complete or partial redesign is often the only way to keep up.