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Loans From Family To Cover Payroll

Feb 24, 2022 by Morris Reichman

Many business gurus will tell you about the amazing feats you can accomplish as an entrepreneur, but they will not always tell you about the enormous responsibilities it entails. By running your own business, you are taking on the responsibility of maintaining staff. Even if your company only employs one person, you still owe it…

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The Benefits Of Payroll Financing For Retail Businesses

Feb 24, 2022 by Morris Reichman

There are many causes for cash crunches in the retail industry, including seasonality, supply chain disruptions, stagnant inventory, and poor revenue projections. In my experience, one of the most overlooked causes is delayed receivables. Many small businesses, especially suppliers conducting business with larger corporations, structure their invoicing around extended payment terms (EPTs), with payment periods…

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 How Construction Companies Can Benefit From Payroll Financing Loans

Feb 24, 2022 by Morris Reichman

Managing cash flow is an issue for any company, but it is one that is perhaps most acute in the construction industry. Whether due to seasonality, unexpected change orders, payment retention, or slow-paying clients, cash flow is undoubtedly the most common pain point for construction business owners. In a recent survey conducted by TSheets and…

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 How Healthcare Organizations Can Benefit From Payroll Financing Loans

Feb 24, 2022 by Morris Reichman

Although any industry can find itself in need of a loan to cover payroll, businesses or organizations whose revenues are tied to insurance remittances or government reimbursements are prime candidates to benefit from this funding strategy. While expenses, especially staffing costs, are regular and consistent, revenues for these industries can be slow-moving and generally unpredictable….

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How Can Government Contractors Benefit From Payroll Financing

Feb 24, 2022 by Morris Reichman

Businesses that work with government agencies frequently find themselves short on cash. This is due to the fact that government reimbursements often take weeks or even months to arrive. As a result, many businesses are left with a major gap in their accounts receivable. Payment periods can take between 30-60 days (if not longer), while…

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