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Skills Shortage May Require More Training

10:14 11 July in Blog
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Unemployment continues its downward trend and there are over 6 million job openings nationwide. While this might seem ideal, hiring has actually slowed. Only 5.05 million hires were reported in April by the JOLT survey. This means that will companies need workers, they aren’t finding...

Small Businesses Feel Uncertain About the Future

11:00 08 May in Blog
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The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) is an advocacy group for small businesses that consistently surveys its members to get a reading on the current business climate from small businesses. Currently, around 325,000 small business owners are members of the organization. While the group...

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Bringing Manufacturing Jobs Back Requires Investment

11:00 05 May in Blog
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Buying American made goods is becoming popular again across the country, however, finding them isn’t always easy. For manufacturers intent on capitalizing on the rising trend and filling the need, reshoring is often necessary. But reshoring isn’t easy—or cheap. Thankfully, private financing companies are helping...

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Will Project Scalpel Affect Small Business Lending?

10:30 03 April in Blog
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“Project Scalpel” shows that banks are still focused on cutting costs. As a business measure, this seems reasonable and plenty of business owners can probably relate to the desire to cut overhead and to trim costs wherever possible. But what could this mean for businesses...

Factoring and PO Purchasing Help Where Banks Don’t

13:47 22 March in Blog
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According to a recent study by sociologists and economists at Harvard, Stanford, and the University of California, almost half of all U.S. 30-year-olds make less than their parents did at their age. That’s a disappointing conclusion about income in America—one that has likely had an...

Regardless of Economic Forecast, You Have Options

11:35 18 March in Blog
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Last year’s economic growth was a mixed bag. While it appears the economy has bounced back from the recession and unemployment continues to drop, GDP growth remains slow. In addition, the numbers aren’t telling the whole story thanks to inflation. What could this mean for...

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