How Receivables Factoring Can Infuse Cash Into Your Struggling Trucking Company

Posted on: 9 May 2016
If you are the owner of a small local trucking company, then you are likely struggling to get your clients to pay your company's outstanding receivables. Since this situation is unfortunately all too common in the trucking industry, there is a solution known as factoring that can easily get the cash flowing into your business again. Factoring your company's receivables removes you from the collection process and allows you to spend your time acquiring new business rather than trying to collect on the bills for past work already completed.
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Don't Get Scammed! How To Ensure Your Online Payday Loan Is Legitimate

Posted on: 31 March 2016
Payday loans are a helpful way to get money quickly when an emergency arises. They allow you to borrow money the same day and pay it back out of your following paycheck. Unfortunately, there are fake payday loan companies who prey on people while they're in need. If you're looking for a reputable source to get a payday loan online, here are some tips for ensuring the company is legitimate.
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Pros & Cons of FHA Loans

Posted on: 17 December 2015
Mortgage loans insured by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) are referred to as FHA loans. These loans offer a lot of benefits to people that want to buy homes, but there are a couple downsides to these loans. If you are interested in buying a house and are having trouble qualifying for a regular type of mortgage, you could look into an FHA loan. Before you do this, it is important to understand the key benefits these offer, and the disadvantages they offer.
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Are There Any Valid Reasons To Get A Cash Advance Loan?

Posted on: 26 August 2015
You're in a situation that makes you really want to get a cash advance loan, but you've heard negative commentary about these financial products. You can't see any other way out of your trouble, so would getting this type of loan really be all that bad?  Payday lending companies charge higher interest rates than the norm because of the relatively high risk of default. These companies typically don't require a credit check, for example, so they can't evaluate the likelihood that the borrower will actually pay the money back.
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