Many small business owners across the country suffer financially when the federal government shuts down like it did recently. Peak Advisers has an idea that can help when that happens and any time you need a quick way to increase cash flow
Utilize Fundbox to get money for your invoices before your customer pays you.
Nearly 25% of small businesses are government contractors and many are not paid in a timely manner during a shutdown, writes Caron Beesley on the Fundbox website.
If you struggle financially because of a shutdown or any other reason, consider invoice financing. Fundbox lets you draw funds based on your outstanding accounts receivables, register in seconds and get access to cash as early as the next business day.
Fundbox is one of the easiest and most transparent financial solutions for all your business’ cash flow gaps. It lets you access your money when you need it, without waiting for your customers to pay.
Fundbox works with QuickBooks. All you need is at least two months of ongoing QuickBooks activity.
With a single click you’ll have the funds to take do things like:
Travel for business
… and much more
You no longer need to wait for your customers to pay you to get the funds you need. Funds can be delivered as early as the next business day without interfering in your relationship with your customers.
The Fundbox clearing fee is displayed in full for each invoice before you clear it. No guessing or calculating-US dollars and in plain English. You are also sent weekly emails so you can easily keep track of your payments. Advance funds for 12 or 24 weeks. Repay in full at any time with no prepayment penalties–you only pay for Fundbox when you’re using funds.
There are no forms to fill out. Simply connect your QuickBooks account in minutes and get a credit decision within an hour. If approved, you’re good to go-every new invoice you issue will automatically appear on your Fundbox dashboard.
Follow this link to apply for Fundbox.
Get more information about how to prepare for and mitigate a government shutdown here.