The OBC Blog

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Accounts Receivable Financing – Hello Cash Flow

August 15, 2016 | by

Accounts Receivable Financing

Many small business owners struggle to find a real solution to their cash flow problems. This can be particularly debilitating since consistent, reliable cash flows are the lifeblood of any successful business. If you’re in the unfortunate position of taking in less money than is going out every month, your business may benefit from establishing Read More ›

Best Factoring Companies – 3 Benefits

July 31, 2016 | by

Best Factoring Companies

With the growth of the invoice factoring industry, it has become more crucial than ever for a business owner to be selective in his or her search for the best factoring company. The more informed a business owner can be regarding invoice factoring, the better chance they have of selecting the right “fit” the first Read More ›

Factoring Companies vs. Traditional Lenders: Which is Best?

July 4, 2016 | by

Factoring Companies Cash

When comparing invoice factoring companies to traditional bank lenders, there truly is no right or wrong approach. The short answer to “which method is best” is that it simply depends upon each company’s financial needs. Our goal with this article is not to steer prospective borrowers in any specific direction, but rather to act as Read More ›

Invoice Factoring + Small Business = Success

June 26, 2016 | by

Invoice Factoring

If the goal is to grow your small business, you need working capital. While growth can, and should, lead to larger profits, it also leads to increased overhead expenses. Although a bank loan or line of credit may help to cover these escalating costs, banks are often unwilling to fully meet a small business’s working Read More ›

California Construction Factoring Client

June 12, 2016 | by

California Construction Factoring

For the month of May, we will focus on a new client who approached us regarding his California construction factoring needs. This subcontractor works with municipalities in the Southern California region and his firm handles various stages of electrical projects for public works buildings – from new construction to ongoing maintenance. While the monthly revenue Read More ›