Is your business in a cash crunch? You have lots of options available to get fast funding, especially online. Here are three of the most common types of quick funding, and why they may or may not be right for your business.
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Every business has cash flow issues at one time or another. One great way to get through a cash crunch is to negotiate with your vendors. Follow these five tips to get better payment terms from your vendors and navigate your way through your cash flow crisis.
Financing a short-term cash crunch is always tough, but it can feel downright impossible if you have bad credit. Fortunately, you have options available. If you have sales and receivables, chances are good that you can find alternative funding. Here are four solid cash flow funding options for companies that have less-than-stellar credit.
Your cash balance is getting low and even if all of your receivables hit, you’re still going to be tight. There’s a chance you may not be able to pay some bills, or even worse, you could miss payroll. Fortunately there are several of actions you can take to improve your cash flow. Here are six good ideas to get you started.
It’s every business owner’s worst nightmare - not having enough cash to make payroll. Too many owners stick their head in the sand and don’t take action. That’s the worst thing you can do. Instead, be creative with your receivables, your inventory, and even your employees. There are solutions to the problem. Here are four tips to help you make it through the crisis.