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4 Things You Didn’t Know about US Manufacturing

09:37 15 July in Blog
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As we discussed in a recent blog, US manufacturing is alive and well—despite what many people may think. Following up on that piece, we are happy to give yet another positive update from the manufacturing sector. The stars have aligned for US manufacturing in July, with...

Novel Way for Subcontractors to Find Financing from Capstone

A Novel Way for Subcontractors to Find Financing

20:13 11 May in Blog
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2015 was a picture-perfect year for construction, a banner year for the post-recession. Yet in 2016, many contractors in the United States are struggling to find financing for construction projects. The lack of financing has been a reality even over the past several years with the...

Invoice Factoring

Understanding Invoice Factoring

18:42 20 May in Blog
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Invoice factoring is a common practice that enables businesses to receive immediate payment in exchange for selling accounts receivables at a discount to their face value. Once an invoice is“ “Factored” and it is time for the customer pays for a product or service, the...

A Case Study From Capstone

A Case Study From Capstone

22:07 18 February in Blog
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Through the use of Capstone's unique funding programs, our clients take advantage of opportunities that would otherwise be lost as a result of being undercapitalized. One of our most recent success stories is an interior design firm that was the successful bidder for a Fortune...

Spring Brings ‘Spec’ Homes

Spring Brings ‘Spec’ Homes

21:54 03 February in Blog
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Though winter is still upon us, builders are betting on a strong spring with speculative, or ‘spec’ homes. The construction of such homes is already underway with home builders getting a head start. Speculative homes are homes built without a buyer in place. The advantage...

Small Business Exporters Fearing Credit Crunch

19:25 06 November in Blog
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Congress made a decision to temporarily extend the Export-Import Bank. However, the decision is affecting business owners who depend on the credit agency. The agency decreases their risks when they export items.   The charter was extended by Congress until the middle of 2015. The extended time...

Lawmakers Continue to Turn Up The Heat On Big Banks

20:49 16 October in Blog
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In a recent hearing before the Senate Banking Committee, lawmakers continue to call for increased regulatory reform from regulators in an effort to reduce the risk big banks pose to the U.S. financial system.    A distinction was made between large banks and other financial institutions....

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