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Sustaining Homeownership in an Unsustainable Economy

22:05 12 December in Blog
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Recent data suggests that significant roadblocks could arise in the near future that would challenge those wishing to become homeowners.  The data collected was made public under the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA). From this information, we can gather that African American homebuyers represent 4.8%...

Wrist Watch Company Case Study

19:57 08 December in Case Studies
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Case Study Wrist Watch Company: Trade Financing & Factoring COMPANY CHALLENGES In addition to struggling with collections, bad debt and a lack of working capital, this company also operated below breakeven. Their debt exceeded the value of A/R and they were placed on cash-in-advance terms with vendors....

Electrical Contractor Case Study

19:52 08 December in Case Studies
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Case Study Electrical Contracting Firm: Single Invoice Factoring COMPANY CHALLENGES Following the devastating effects of Hurricane Sandy, the company experienced a market-demand extension of payment terms. As a result of the slowdown in cash flow there was a delay in payment to suppliers, missed bid opportunities, and...

Painting Subcontractor Case Study

19:46 08 December in Case Studies
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Case Study Painting Subcontractor: Single Invoice Factoring COMPANY CHALLENGES Because of the financial crisis, this company experienced hangover effects, including an increase in delayed payments from General Contractors, a lack of working capital to buy supplies and pay vendors, missed bid opportunities and more. The growth was...

Manufacturing Still Matters in the U.S.

00:29 06 December in Blog
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Manufacturing is an important facet of the U.S. economy, despite the increase in imported goods steady elimination of factory jobs here in the states. With private sector manufacturing jobs representing only 10% of the workforce now versus 25% during the 1980s, it would seem the...

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