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    Business Merchant Cash Advance

    How To Increase Your Company's

    Cash Flow

    And Start Expanding In 10 Easy Steps…

    The problem with the small business owner is that they do not think big enough... they need to think like a Fortune 500 Business in order to bring in the big bucks. Also, let me be so bold to state that your business has been suffering lately, and let me start by saying ?

    IT’S NOT YOUR FAULT!!! Let’s all face it; if you keep doing what you’ve been doing you’ll watch your business continue down the same path! You know time is money, right, so how much of both are you able to invest in your business.


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    Step #1  You must do as the Fortune 500 do even if your company is small or in a growth stage! The Fortune 500 factor their receivables!

    Factoring? Step #2  The time value of money! The more money you have now (this moment) the more you use in growing your business to earn more money. It’s a rolling effect and it keeps going… but you must get started with the right program for your business!

    Step #3  Don’t’ go thinking like a small business again… you’ve got to think like the Fortune 500. You have to know how to use this new gained cash wisely!

    Step #4  Start using the increased cash flow to offset recurring expenses… Call your vendors and negotiate better terms for paying earlier (2-5% discount for paying off your bills within 10 days)! You may think your vendors don’t offer a discount, well call them up and negotiate with them, don’t accept their non-sense and baloney. If they tell you they can’t afford to give you a discount, just explain to them the concept of the time value of money!

    Step #5  Buy inventory or have extra cash for payroll and get more sales orders completed. Get your inventory into your customer’s hands so they don’t lose out on sales. Or have the cash for payroll for a new customer order on filling a contract labor deal, then business really begins to soar!

    Step #6  You now have the power (money) to buy larger quantities at substantial savings. “Negotiate, Negotiate, Negotiate… money talks, nobody walks”.

    Step #7  Use the extra cash flow to start targeted direct mail marketing programs! Because this will increase your customer base so you can take advantage of increased sales from this great opportunity and reel in the extra business!

    Step #8  Save big time on payroll! Well you say how… it’s simple! The factoring company is going to take care of your credit and collection problems for you if you want, at no extra charge to you!

    Step #9  FACT: Customers pay factors before paying other independent business invoices. So by utilizing a factoring relationship, you’ll have improved receivable turns and your Cash will be rolling in even faster than a speeding bullet!

    Step #10  Not all factors are created equal, if BRT agrees to work with you in factoring your invoices to meet your needs and which factor to work with. Get prepared to take your business to new heights and secure the stability of cash flow, peace of mind, control, reduced stress, improved planning and time to focus on what is critical to making money!

    Ways Your Company Can Benefit From Factoring:

    Immediate Cash
    Factoring offers funding on your qualified receivables in 24-48 Hours or less.

    Working Capital
    Factoring is the only financing mechanism directly linked to your company's sales. As sales increase more money becomes immediately available to you. This allows you to meet increasing demand for your products and/or services.

    No Debt Incurred
    Factoring is not a loan, therefore no debt is incurred. It is your money being advanced to you before your customer pays the invoice. This keeps your balance sheet looking good making it easier for you to obtain other types of financing.

    Builds Credit
    Factoring protects and improves credit ratings by providing your business with the adequate cash flow to pay vendors promptly and even take advantage of trade discounts.

    Invoice Processing
    Factor handles all the work associated with processing your invoices including mailing them and paying for the postage, posting invoices to a computer, depositing checks, entering payments and producing regular reports.

    Cash "As Needed" means Nonstop Opportunity and Growth for your Business and includes:

    • Cash stability
    • Simple to start and use
    • Increased sales and profit potential
    • Added purchasing power for supplies and equipment
    • Ending payroll and tax payment worries
    • Better ability to take trade discounts
    • New financial and technical resources
    • You keep control

    Widely accepted as an alternative financing source, accounts receivable funding is used extensively in almost every industry by companies that need immediate cash - either for growth or for survival - and may or may not qualify for traditional loans or grants.

    With accounts receivable funding, your invoices for goods or services rendered to your customers can be converted into immediate cash to better manage and expand your business. Some of the more common industries that rely on accounts receivable funding to maintain a steady flow of cash include:

    All too often a business will find the majority of their working capital tied up in accounts receivable and wish to use another vehicle if you qualify for accounts receivable financing, click on benefits Account Receivable Financing to read more information.


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     Business Financing Caterers  Business Financing  Commercial Printers
     Business Financing  Commercial Bakeries  Business Financing  Manufacturers
     Business Financing  Wholesalers  Business Financing  Importers
     Business Financing  Distributors  Business Financing  Apparel (Garment / Textile)
     Business Financing  Communications Companies  Business Financing  Footwear Manufacturers
     Business Financing  Toys and Sporting Goods  Business Financing  Security Companies
     Business Financing  High-tech and Related Industry  Business Financing  Cable Installers
     Business Financing  Professional Services (Legal / Acctg.)  Business Financing  Medical Groups
     Business Financing  Physicians  Business Financing  Hospitals
     Business Financing  Nursing Homes  Business Financing  Assisted Living Facilities
     Business Financing  And any Business Generating Invoices to Business or Government


    Commonly Asked Questions About Accounts Receivable Funding
    Q   How does accounts receivable funding work?
    A   Simply put, accounts receivable funding is the purchase of accounts receivable from a business at a discount. It is designed for businesses that need money immediately, and can not afford to wait 30, 60, or 90 days for a customer to pay. In most cases, either the business owner can't meet his cash demand (because, for example, his customers are slow to pay or income is low due to a seasonal slowdown), or his business is growing so rapidly that its cash flow can not keep up with its growth.
     
    Q   What type of business can take advantage of this alternative funding source ?
    A   Any business that generates an invoice and delivers a verifiable product or service qualifies.
     
    Q   Must I agree to finance a minimum volume of future receivables ?
    A   No. Finance one invoice or as many as you need to meet your cash flow needs. Stop or continue as needed.
     
    Q   Can a business with a history of bad credit (or a new business with no credit) qualify ?
    A   Yes! Another benefit of accounts receivable funding is that it depends on your customer's creditworthiness, not yours. (And, as part of our service, we do the research to assess your customer's creditworthiness for you.)
     
    Q   Can my business qualify if we already have existing credit lines, SBA loans or are a debtor in possession (Chapter 11) ?
    A   Yes! Our credit line complements any loan you may have or are seeking. We work with your existing lenders to enable you to access additional funding.


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