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The Pros and Cons of Business Receivable Finance

One of the most problematic and devastating features of a nuclear attack or disaster of any kind is that in addition the damage inflicted with the initial event, the damage will continue to occur as well as linger into the near future as well. In particular, one of the most severe issues commonly associated with nuclear disasters is the fallout that follows the initial event and specifically, by virtue of the contamination inflicted by the radiation, this means that organic life cannot be sustained.

The above analogy is an apt one indeed because when the global banking community effectively went into meltdown, the fallout of the initial disaster meant that the sharp increase in interest fees and penalty clauses effectively rendered the chances of survival for the average business to absolute zero. Unable to maintain a decent standard of profits with such adverse conditions prevalent, the entrepreneurial class has been in a state of active hibernation for the last few years.

In an attempt to rejuvenate the economy as a whole and ensure that the business owner would be in a stronger position to actually afford to pay their own creditors without having to sacrifice the long term success of the business by trading equity for cash, business receivable finance services were increased.

The business receivable finance service providers quickly became something of an overnight success for the business community as a whole, and for good reason: after all, they DID happen to represent a total inversion of the old system which was creaking under the weight of its bureaucratic inflexibility. Designed to be as lightweight, compact, robust and efficient as possible, the business receivable finance service providers ensured that the business owners who sought out their assistance received what they were looking for: quality of service.

Business owners could not help but be amazed by the sheer benefits that this new form of business financing provided them. First off, one of the most common causes of the demise of a business, cashflow problems, was directly remedied at the source and this was achieved by virtue of these service providers ensuring that they forwarded substantial capital sums in a short space of time.

Another major benefit associated with this business finance strategy is the fact that the business owner is entirely free to determine how much of the invoice volume of the business they are prepared to actually stake in order to raise the cash required. This stands in sharp contrast to the loan packages provided by the commercial lenders who would only ever be prepared to actually release the funds in escrow upon confirmation that the business owner would be providing either equity, or assets as collateral.

The problem here was that the company would only ever have a limited number of assets which could be competently used as security for the benefit of the lender. When all of these assets were “used” in this manner it would mean that the business owner would be unable to secure additional lines of credit.