Nikki Wardle

Increase Capital with Receivables Factoring

Posted by Nikki Wardle on Dec 6, 2016 9:00:00 AM

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As your business becomes more successful and needs to grow you may find yourself in a position where your current cash flow isn't adequate to meet your growth needs. This is very common and is almost one of the milestones of your business, but that doesn't make it any less stressful. When faced with these issues many companies will visit with their bank to open a line of credit or some other form of financing. However, in these times of lean credit that option may not be a realistic one for you. Good news, though, there is an alternative that might fit your needs perfectly: accounts receivable factoring.

5 Steps to Getting A Commercial Truck for Your Business

Posted by Nikki Wardle on Dec 1, 2016 9:00:00 AM

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Making sure your business has the necessary equipment can be one of the most important, and most difficult, components of your overall success. For many small business owners securing financing remains one of the largest obstacles that you can face. Luckily, here are five steps you can take to ease the burden and obtain the funding for that truck you have your eye on.

Should you Rent, Buy, or Lease your Next Equipment Piece?

Posted by Nikki Wardle on Nov 29, 2016 9:00:00 AM

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These options are critical considerations for construction businesses, especially in the current market. The 2008 recession changed the way the market operates and how financing is handled, as well as severely impacted the construction industry from top to bottom. While the sector is currently climbing its way back to a stable market uncertainty is a big concern.

Sizing Up The Costs of Used Semi-Truck Leasing

Posted by Nikki Wardle on Nov 23, 2016 9:00:00 AM

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When you run a trucking company, your equipment is the most important tool you have. It enables you to grow your business and do the work necessary to get paid. Equipment costs can also be one of the greatest costs to your business, and by costs, we don't mean the sticker price, but rather the monthly payment that will be coming out of your account every month. That magic number is determined by the overall price, your money down, and your credit. Here are three main factors to think about when considering the cost of your equipment and deciding on the right move for your situation.

Take Advantage of Tax Savings With Commercial Leasing

Posted by Nikki Wardle on Nov 22, 2016 9:00:00 AM

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Whether you are in construction, agriculture, or transportation equipment costs keep going up with no end in sight. In the post-Great Recession economy growth is slow going and it can be hard to expand your business to cover the bills when you are facing substantial costs in equipment renewals due to upgrade or replacement needs. The good news is that there is an option available that can help get you into that new piece of equipment and give you some nice tax benefits in the process.

What the 2017 Construction Boom Means to You

Posted by Nikki Wardle on Nov 17, 2016 10:56:49 AM

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2017 promises to bring in a new president and an almost certain construction boom. In trying to take care of your company, you always want to be informed about what's going on within the industry and how you can get in on the increase in available jobs. Have no fear: our financial experts have predicted the future (based on sound evidence, of course) and it's good news!

The Benefits of Commercial Leasing

Posted by Nikki Wardle on Nov 10, 2016 9:00:00 AM

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When you're trying to make a big financial decision, it's helpful to be able to see quantifiable benefits. Unfortunately, many big choices have vague, long-term advantages that, while good for your budget and your company, aren't as helpful to the decision-making process because you can't measure them. The good news is that, when it comes to the benefits of commercial leasing, it's easy to see just why this choice is smart.

Leasing your Equipment Instead of Buying

Posted by Nikki Wardle on Nov 8, 2016 9:00:00 AM

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A common challenge rural construction, transportation or agriculture businesses run into from time to time is determining how to obtain the equipment needed to generate revenue. Those industries have high barriers to entry, mainly due to the cost of large equipment required to do business. You can't be a trucking company without trucks, can't harvest a field without farm equipment, and a construction company needs construction equipment.

The Tax Benefits of Semi Truck Leasing

Posted by Nikki Wardle on Nov 1, 2016 9:09:00 AM

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When you look at a semi truck, what do you see? Do you see possibilities for your business? Do you see a financial hurdle that may be challenging to cross at first, but is well worth the work in the end? Do you see a big decision to be made? Well, one thing that too many small business owners overlook is the tax benefits of leasing a semi truck. The truth is that this choice may be healthy for your company in more than one way!

A Quick Overview

Everyone who's ever filed taxes can attest that calculating exact tax benefits is no simple matter, but with equipment financing experts at your back, it's nothing to worry about. The first thing you need to know is that, when it comes to semi truck leasing, there are two main types of leases. The differences are important, both for your taxes and for your business itself, so make sure you know what you're getting into.

The Benefits of Commercial Leasing

Posted by Nikki Wardle on Oct 27, 2016 9:00:00 AM

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When you're trying to make a big financial decision, it's helpful to be able to see quantifiable benefits. Unfortunately, many big choices have vague, long-term advantages that, while good for your budget and your company, aren't as helpful to the decision-making process because you can't measure them. The good news is that, when it comes to the benefits of commercial leasing, it's easy to see just why this choice is smart.

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