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Podcast

Episode 6 – Diaries of an Entrepreneur: Jason Bass

 Mark is joined by Jason Hunter, owner of Jason Hunter Design, who discusses his inspiration to becoming an entrepreneur, referencing Robert T. Kiyosaki's "Rich Dad Poor Dad: What The Rich Teach Their Kids About Money - That The Poor And Middle Class Do Not!" Jason...

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Episode 2 – What is Factoring?

So youʼve watched the first episode, but what is factoring? In this episode, Mark and Hussein define factoring (00:48), how they can help you grow your startup (2:41), the benefits of partnering with a factoring company (4:02), and the industries that benefit the most...

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Epidsode 1 – No Such Thing As Easy Money

DivFunding’s founder and CEO, Mark Little, and COO, Hussein Marquez, discuss the events leading to the company’s origins (1:06), and the complications of small companies obtaining capital after the stock market crash of 2008 (3:47). Then, they discuss the desperation...

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Blog

Seven Tips to Improve Your Cash Flow!

There’s a golden rule in business you’d be smart to learn now: No matter how much you sell, if you don’t collect the money, you’re going to go out of business. As business owners, we often get so wrapped up in selling our products and services that we forget to take...

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6 Business Credit Line Secrets You Should Know

Sometimes a bank line of credit for your business may not be the right choice and you may have a better alternative available. Accounts receivable factoring, or AR factoring, involves no debt, limited credit check, no credit limit – and no restrictions on how you use...

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Beyond the Banks

Do your circumstances require you to look beyond traditional bank financing for the necessary funds to operate or expand your business. You may have signed a large contract with a customer or received larger orders and need immediate cash to deliver your product....

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The Pros and Cons of Debt Financing

If you’re a small business owner, you’re probably well aware that there are times when it helps to have extra cash on hand. Hiring a new employee, adding inventory or buying new equipment all require surpluses of available capital. These are important, sometimes...

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How to Collect Delinquent Invoices

If you’ve ever been told that “the check is in the mail” or you’ve been repeatedly asked to re-send an overdue invoice, you know how frustrating delinquent customers can be. You’re not alone. According to a recent survey by the National Federation of Independent...

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When Should You Hire More Employees?

Is now the right time to hire another employee? Having the right number of employees on hand at any given time is a challenge for every small business. A surge in demand from a successful marketing push, a change in the marketplace, or some factor outside your control...

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Financing My Small Business When the Bank Says “No”

There are a number of reasons why businesses can be rejected for small business loans. Some of the main reasons financing a small business can be tricky are credit scores, lack of experience or planning, and lack of assets or cash flows. Cash flow management is...

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3 Popular Misconceptions About Factoring

The Service is Costly One of the most common questions asked about factoring is in regards to the cost of factoring. Unlike traditional finance where the cost of funds is associated with the amount received, the cost of factoring entails not only the amount of working...

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3 Things to Consider When Choosing Alternative Financing

Every business is different. Financing for one company may not have the same solutions for the next company. Every situation is unique. Maybe you need to acquire major assets, maybe your business is expanding, or maybe you just need working capital. According...

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