Why Small Business Lending Won’t Rebound Soon

November 25th, 2013

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Small business advocates complain that banks have lost interest in making small business loans since the financial crisis. Bank executives point out that the ensuing recession curtailed loan demand. Both sides blame tougher government regulations for making small business loans harder to get.

While it’s unclear how much each of these factors weigh on the market, the total value of small business loans in

What kind of Thinker are you?

November 20th, 2013

In my opinion there are two kinds of thinking: Abundance Thinking and Scarcity Thinking.

One leads to success, happiness and fulfillment, while the other leads to anxiety, fear, failure and discontent.

If you look behind the outcomes—in any area of life—you will see specific actions that caused them to happen. But if you look beyond the actions, you will see the thoughts created reality.

So, which type

Government Vendor Factoring is Big Business.

November 10th, 2013

Government Vendor Factoring allows small to mid sized companies to bid on large contracts and grow their businesses. But, often small to mid sized companies are reluctant to bid for larger contracts because they are doubtful that they have the financial wherewithal to take on the large contract due to the payment terms. The Government still continues to be the best payor and a good credit risk in

The Secret To Your Success – Cash Flow Consultant

November 7th, 2013

We have the best job in the world!

In the world of factoring – cash flow, we get to meet new people every day. We are afforded the gift of learning about different industries almost every day. We get to meet a lot of people from all walks of life.

I realized a certain synchronicity a while back. As an independent consultant in the commercial factoring industry, I realized that most